Saturday, September 25, 2021

West Midlands Mental Health

Find mental health support for all areas of the West Midlands to get vital support in all areas of mental health and wellbeing. These include telephone support and online help and advice during Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation including over the net support and professional advice including a range of related self-help tips, information and guidance in all areas of mental health and wellbeing for all ages, families and carers in crises.

The local self-help groups, telephone support services, charities are all West Midlands based organizations and these are listed below to offer local confidential advice and support for all individuals and family members in all areas of mental health and wellbeing including isolation, loneliness and fear including worries over Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The handpicked 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 the West Midlands when needed most and covers all areas including towns and cities including Birmingham, Solihull, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Stourbridge and all areas of the West Midlands. Mental health can affect all of us in different ways and it is vital, especially during Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation and the fears of not being able to cope.

Check out the carefully hand-picked official West Midlands support websites list highlighted below created by ABLEize to ensure everybody has access to mental health support Please help us to help others by doing your bit and forward this page via email to a friend using the link below so others can also benefit.

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Provides a comprehensive mental healthcare service for residents of Birmingham and Solihull. Also includes details of contacts for mental health crisis support and these are offered by telephone and email.

Birmingham Mind is the largest independent mental health charity providing services in and beyond the City of Birmingham’s boundaries. Includes telephone support services and self-help guides.

A combined West Midlands authority resource providing details of mental health services offered throughout the West Midlands with a dedicated list of helplines offering telephone, Internet and email support services for adults and children affected by mental health issues including isolation and fears due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Mental health advice, support and services offered by Mind, the mental health organisation. Includes counselling, training and details of events as well as telephone help and support contacts.

Offers a crises telephone helpline during Coronavirus (COVID-19) along with self-help guides for all areas of mental health. Includes links to related services including Talking Therapies along with publications and related links.

Mental health support partnership for adults and children up to the age of 25. Provides crisis team support services, assessments and community hubs offering information and resources. Includes direct dial telephone via their contacts page and social media links below.

Offers a range of support services and activities to help those with mental health issues and concerns. Includes telephone and email contacts and volunteering information.

Provides help and support to anybody suffering with mental health issues in Solihull and the West Midlands. Offers details of direct telephone support services, well-being projects, information and support for family and carers as well as training and emergency support services.

Provides an alternative approach to taking control of our own health and well-being. It is a virtual bridge across “The Information Chasm” that connects support services to the recipient almost instantly. Page opens at their helplines contact page.


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