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Herefordshire Mental Health Support

Find Herefordshire mental health support contacts, services, advice and information by checking out this dedicated ABLEize section. Includes the mental health and wellbeing issues caused by isolation, loneliness, fear and anxiety over Coronavirus (COVID-19). The charities, NHS resources and organisations listed below offer local confidential advice and support for adults, children and family members in all areas of mental health and wellbeing.

The handpicked websites and organisations ensure all adults and children struggling with mental health and general wellbeing issues in Herefordshire are able to easily get the help they need. Typical mental health concerns include tackling depression, anger, drug, crime and alcohol related problems, addressing or learning to control suicidal thoughts, relationship problems or marriage break ups as well as the worries and stress caused by debt, sexuality identity and all manner of family issues.

Check out the ABLEize hand-picked Herefordshire websites highlighted below that include Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Leominster, Ledbury and all other towns and villages throughout all of Herefordshire.  Mental health support is an important area of ABLEize and the sites below ensure that help and advice is just a click away.

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A registered Herefordshire charity based in Ross-on-Wye set up to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and their families.

Dedicated to providing a range of services and support for people with mental health issues in Herefordshire including housing, community outreach services, education and a range of group activities. Offers telephone support.

A charitable trust set up in Hereford in 1994 to offer a range of mental health support, counselling help in areas such as anxiety, bullying, anger and depression. Site offers telephone and email contacts and a range of helpful online resources.

Wellbeing Information and Signposting for Herefordshire offers a range of mental health support services including loneliness, isolation, bullying, suicidal thoughts, self harming and postnatal depression.