Mental health support

Mental health issues will affect all of us, directly or indirectly, at some point in our lives. There is no shame in needing help, whether its for you or someone you know.

There are various support services for people living with mental health challenges.

Recovery Partners is a mental health recovery and suicide prevention project. They are a non-profit organisation that is 100% user-led and run. All their staff have lived experience of mental health challenges and have been trained as Peer Support Specialists to empower others in wellbeing, respect, recovery, hope and inspiration. Services include one to one support, peer support drop-ins, training & workshops, and Suicide Prevention and The Place of Calm.  For more information see the Recovery Partners website.

If you have any queries you can email them on info@recovery-partners.co.uk or call Anna on 07976 628737.

The Connexions 360 website has links to different services for young people depending on their needs.  Those under 17 with more complex problems may be referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. For more details check our website http://www.camhscares.nhs.uk