Nottinghamshire Mental Health
Find Nottinghamshire vital mental health support services including telephone, 1 to 1 online over the net support and professional advice along with a range of related self-help tips, information and guidance in all areas of mental health and wellbeing for all ages.
The local self-help groups, telephone support services, charities and Nottinghamshire organisations listed below offer local confidential advice and support for teens, adults and family members in all areas of mental health and wellbeing including isolation, loneliness and fear including worries over Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The handpicked resources and contacts ensure that all adults and children struggling with mental health issues and general wellbeing problems can get friendly and confidential advice and guidance throughout Nottinghamshire towns and cities including Nottingham, Arnold, Kirby in Ashfield, West Bridgford and Newark on Trent and all other towns and cities of Nottinghamshire.
Examples of mental health support include, isolation, the fear of not being able to cope, understanding and tackling depression, drug and crime and alcohol related problems, including urgent help with severe depression and thoughts of suicide. Other areas of mental health include the stress caused by debt, sexuality identity and all manner of family, work and everyday issues. Check out the ABLEize hand-picked official Nottinghamshire websites listed below and if you found this information and vital contacts useful please forward it via email to a friend using the link below so others can also benefit.
Nottinghamshire Mind offers a range of services and support to meet individual needs, for example, you can access Peer Support from others experiencing similar issues and one to one support from trained Volunteer Mentors and professional Mind Recovery Coaches. Contacts via telephone support, internet,Twitter and Facebook are all available.
A trusted mental health support service within the South Asian communities in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Highlights the services with telephone and email contacts.
Explains how to get help and advice for students and staff of the Nottingham University including a nightline available by Skype, email or phone as well as related support and help services.
There is a variety of support available to help you maintain good mental health and wellbeing. The NHS Choices website has a range of information and advice on mental health including tips for good mental health including stress, anxiety,depression, eating disorders,dementia and alzheimer’s disease.
Details and phone numbers of mental health support offered throughout Nottinghamshire. Includes support contacts during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Nottinghamshire YMCA based in Nottingham offers a range of support services including mental health, housing, activities and groups. Contact is via their website, Facebook and telephone on 0115 837 1871.
Set up to fill a gap in the market where there was a lack of services offering quality, safe social support to people with mental health challenges and multiple needs. Includes email and telephone contacts.