Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Mental Health Support in Berkshire

Find mental health resources, support and services in Berkshire assisting with the mental health and wellbeing of adults, children and families including isolation, loneliness and fear including worries over Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The mental health services listed in this busy ABLEize section cover all Berkshire areas including Slough, Ascot, Reading, Wokingham, Cookham and all other areas of Berkshire.

The information, resources and support sites listed here all relate to mental health for individuals and family members and includes issues like depression, help coping with problems that life throws at us, dealing with anger issues, anxiety, panic attacks and conditions such as bipolar. You can find confidential online resources specific to Berkshire including online, telephone support, self-help support information and resources and much more for all ages including children and teens experiencing mental health issues and related problems.

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Set up to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and hold activities and social events that involve Berkshire people. Read online stories, resources and get contact details for their Reading base.

Details of support groups, help for anybody that cares for someone with a mental health illness and a number of contacts to get advice and support. Information provided by West Berkshire Council. Includes online resources.

Brief information with direct dial contact of the Berkshire Mental Health Crises Team for anybody requiring urgent emergency help along with alternative contacts.

Richmond Fellowship offers supported housing in Newbury to anybody experiencing mental health problems. Site highlights their flexible support packages designed to meet individual needs. Explains how they can help with email and phone contacts. Based in Newbury.

Details of mental health services and support offered in Slough by Slough County Council including community psychiatric nurses, social workers, mental health support workers. Site offer contact details and referral information.

A dedicated Berkshire mental health support services for anybody over the age of 16. Site offers contacts, how to get help, details of stress busting workshops and also face to face video consultations. Also offers self-help resources and people stories.

Based in Wokingham, Berkshire offering mental health help and support via their drop-in centre open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 10-30am to 4pm. Includes online, email and telephone and useful links of interest and resources for anxiety, depression, bereavements and much more.


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