Emotional & Mental Wellbeing
A FREE NHS primary care mental health service, providing support to people with common mental health problems in North East Hampshire and Farnham. They offer a range of treatments to people who are experiencing symptoms of stress, anxiety, low mood, depression, panic, phobias or OCD.
TalkPlus helps people by giving them the tools to cope with the stressors of day to day life.
Our friendly service provides free NHS therapy for people aged 16 and above registered to surgeries in Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet, Aldershot, Church Crookham, Blackwater and Yateley.
Telephone: 01252 533355
Safe Havens provide out of hours help and support to people and their carers who are experiencing a mental health crisis or emotional distress.
There are five Safe Havens open in town centre locations across Surrey and North East Hampshire to residents of any district or borough within this area. So, for example, if you live in Epsom you could go to the Guildford Safe Haven.
They are open evenings, weekends and bank holidays and are designed to give adults a safe alternative to A&E when in crisis. The website has links with the details of individual clinics. Telephone: 0300 55 55 222.
Having helped to develop two award winning services - The Wellbeing Centre (Hart and Rushmoor), a mental health recovery service, and The Safe Haven, a mental health crisis café - Judi and Zoe, the directors of Just Wellbeing decided to continue the work they felt passionate about and set up Just Wellbeing Consultancy.
They believe that, by providing innovative tools for someone to understand and manage their own mental wellbeing, a huge difference can be made. Another aim of their consultancy is to contribute to the reduction of stigma revolving around mental health issues, the building of resilience and making mental health as important as physical health through education and promotion.
Mind is a national charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Mind has a network of local branches across the country which are listed on the site.
A guide to mental health services in the UK, including emergency care.
The Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
We know a lot about what can help you through tough times. We can help you explore your options, understand your problems better, or just be there to listen.
Whatever you're going through, call us free any time, from any phone on 116 123.
We're here round the clock, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need a response immediately, it's best to call us on the phone. This number is FREE to call.
SANE is a UK-wide charity working to improve quality of life for people affected by mental illness. They aim to:
- raise awareness and combat stigma about mental illness, educating and campaigning to improve mental health services
- provide care and emotional support for people with mental health problems, their families and carers as well as information for other organisations and the public
- initiate research into the causes and treatments of serious mental illness such as schizophrenia and depression and the psychological and social impact of mental illness.
A thriving friendship network for anyone living with or affected by HIV, holding fortnightly meetings in community venues in the Southampton area. Tuesdays evenings.
A new 'drop in' initiative in the west Cove area of Farnborough, set up by St John's Church members.
Everyone is welcome, especialy those struggling to cope with life for whatever reason. Those who support them are also welcome.
Contact details are: firstname.lastname@example.org tel:07768296515
One in four of us will experience mental health problems at some time and it’s a tough thing to face alone. If you have a mental health problem, or a loved one has, you’ll want experienced and compassionate people in your corner offering advice and information and supporting your journey to recovery.
We have been working in the local community since 1984 and from very small beginnings, we have grown into a well-respected, major provider of mental health services across North Hampshire. We don’t just help people suffering mental health distress; we are here for anyone who is interested in maintaining or improving their mental well-being.
Contact us on : 01252 317481 or email: email@example.com
Body Positive Dorset was founded by Philip Hawkings as a mutual support centre that was sought by individuals whose lives had been dramatically changed by contracting HIV and receiving the associated stigma attached. They began meeting once a month in each others homes and the service we have today was born.
As the organisation expanded, in 1994, a drop-in centre was opened in the Triangle area of Bournemouth. Another organisation, the Sanctuary was also operating in Bournemouth at this time, providing palliative care and respite for people with HIV. Body Positive Dorset worked closely with the Sanctuary until its closure in the late 1990's. The organisation was also active at a national level making representations to Parliment. This action paved the way for viral load testing to be more widely available.
Contact details Diana, Princess of Wales House, 24 Lorne Park Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH1 1JLTel: +44 (0)1202 297386
Fax: +44 (0)1202 290385
Dawn Scully Surrey 01372 832360
We operate a free helpline called “UKAT” - UK Addiction Treatment Centres, staffed by qualified counsellors and recovered addicts.
call 0808 278 9461 or 0203 130 6826
Why choose UKAT? : 135 beds nationally across the UK, treatment for all addictions including process addiction and dual diagnosis. Spanning from luxurious rehabs with en suite rooms, gyms and full on-site medical nursing units to cost effective rehabs. Catering for all people from all walks of life. All our rehabs have 24/7 on-site specialist addiction professionals ensuring the patient will have the highest level of care offered in the country. UKAT always addresses the individual as a whole and will tailor treatment to the addiction and long-term recovery of the patient. All UKAT centres have a family programme dedicated to helping family members.
Our community teams are dedicated to helping people with severe or enduring mental ill-health back on the road to recovery.
Our teams of health and social care professionals include people from different disciplines including doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers and therapists - including arts therapists, physios and psychotherapists.
We also work with a host of different community organisations both in the statutory, independent and voluntary sector to provide you with a comprehensive package of treatment and support. We are open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm. If you would like to be referred to this service, please contact your GP who will assess your suitability and refer you to us if it is appropriate.
Trust Headquarters Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 18 Mole Business Park Leatherhead Surrey KT22 7AD
Tel: 0300 55 55 222
SMS text: 07786 202545 (messages are responded to during office hours only)
Textphone: 020 8964 6326 or use our online service for people who are deaf or hard of hearing
An independent, arts related organisation established and run by professional practising artists who share their practice with vulnerable people. A Registered Charity, Creative Response was established in 1993 to relieve persons with mental health and or substance misuse problems by the provision of arts-related activities.
Our approach is to use both visual and performance related arts as a catalyst in a therapeutic environment. The atmosphere we create is unique, with an acceptance of people as they are and
working relationships are based on a foundation of mutual trust, care and support.
Participants are encouraged to develop their self-esteem and confidence. Through the art sessions,
we aim to help them overcome their fears and anxieties, to take responsibility for themselves
and to develop coping mechanisms for daily life.
Tel: 01252 716876 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For people living with depression and similar mental health conditions
The spike Community Centre Warren Rd Guildford GU1 3JH
PeerTalk is a registered charity which offers support to those living with depression through peer support groups.
No need for referral. Simply come and share in a safe and confidential space, where they will be heard, accepted and respected. And its free!
Since Together was formed in 1879, we have believed that people with mental health issues have the right and the abilities to lead independent, fulfilling lives as part of their communities.
The people who use our services are at the heart of everything we do. They influence and shape the support they receive from us, and the way our services are run.
Together for Mental Wellbeing
12 Old Street
Tel: 020 7780 7300
Fax: 020 7780 7301