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Carers Helpline:

The Carers Help And Talk (CHAT) line is available 24 hours a day 365 days per year. The line is manned by Carers who have an understanding of caring for a person with a mental health condition.

CHAT Line number:
0333 103 9747


Mental Health is "The ability to feel, think and act in ways that help us to enjoy life and deal with the challenges we face."

16% of adults of working age have a mental illness, and nearly one third of people attending GP surgeries have mental health problems.

Many people experience common mental health problems at some point in their lives. Life changing events like the loss of a loved one, loss of employment, or even just everyday life stresses can lead to difficulties and you may need help and support. Common mental health problems are easily developed. Depression, anxiety, stress, panics, eating problems and loss of sleep make it difficult for us to cope with daily demands.

Healthy Minds is a service to help you when support is needed. We can work with you to help you examine how you are coping and develop your coping skills. All staff have received special training to offer support through a stepped model of integrated care.