We are here to help you with mental health illness.

Are you feeling lost? Experiencing long-lasting sadness or worrying excessively during this difficult and challenging time? Or do you have concerns about your loved one?

Talking therapies have good evidence that they help mental health illness and improve wellbeing.

For telephone numbers for support and self-referral for talking therapies for Adults and Children please click the link below. This link also other local services that can support with mental health illness, and related issues such as accessing benefits and bereavement support.

Mental Health Help Advice

Click here the link below for support for children's mental health.

Young People Support

Derbyshire now has a mental health support service which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  You can call them on 0800 028 0077. Their website is www.derbyshirehealthcareft.nhs.uk/coronavirus.

It may help to discuss a diagnosis and consider medication or other treatment with a GP.  Use online consultation or call reception on 01773 822386.

If you are in crisis, thinking about harming yourself or others then please seek urgent advice so we can help to keep you safe. In working hours please telephone 01773 822386 to book an urgent GP appointment, if not in working hours please calling 111 (or 999 if there is an immediate threat to life).  The above link (Mental Health Help Advice) also includes the numbers of organisations such as the Samaritans that provide support in a crisis.

If none of the above feel right for you, have a look at these useful self help leaflets: https://web.ntw.nhs.uk/selfhelp/

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