Are you struggling with things at the moment? If you feel that you or someone you care for is experiencing difficulty with their mental health we have put together a list of resources that may be helpful. Please click here for more info.
Did you know that you can self-refer to Talk Plus for free help with concerns about anxiety, low-mood, depression, panic, and OCD. We also offer services for women who feel low after having a baby and for Military Veterans.
Mind Matters NHS Free Talking Therapies IAPT Service has continued to operate throughout COVID and is a free talking therapies service run by Surrey and Borders NHS Partnership. If you would like information about the service, including how to self refer, please look at the details below.
Mind Matters NHS
Free Talking Therapies including CBT, Counselling, EMDR, Guided Self Help and Digital Online offered 1:1, Telephone, Online Video, Digital Online or Group.
Telephone: 0300 330 5450 Text: 07786 202 565
Step By Step – offer a free NHS funded counselling service to young people aged 11-18. For details of how to refer please visit https://www.stepbystep.org.uk/young-people/mental-health/counselling/
Crisis line for young people: Hampshire only Havant and East Hants Mind has launched a crisis line for children and young people aged 11-17. This service is available Monday to Thursday, 3pm until 8.30pm. Freephone 0300 3031590. Click here for more information.
The leaflet below is a guide for parents and carers coping with self harm, which may help if you think your child maybe at risk. Coping with Self-Harm