Mental Health Helpline - Information and guidance

Mental Health HelplineWe have many members associates to a mental health helpline.  They provide helpline support, often out of hours, to anyone affected by mental illness.

Many of the helpline operators and volunteers, and they are experience in handling difficult situations, emotions and thoughts.  The operators and non-judgemental, empathic and provide support about any aspect of your mental health, or someone you may be calling about.

Our helpline members offer support for wide range of metal health issues, including self-harm, suicide, eating disorders and psychosis.

Some of our members offering mental health support:

Mental Health Helpline

If you are struggling to cope or are feeling low please remember you are not alone in feeling this.

Many people go through a range of emotions at difficult times and often find themselves struggling to cope.

Helplines such as the Samaritans are always there to talk to and to help you.  You should also consider talking to your GP.

There are lots of things that can trigger mental health concerns including family or relationship problems, the loss of a family member or close friend, financial worries, stress related to work, stress from studying, loneliness or isolation, depression, drug or alcohol use.

There are many things you can do to help yourself, including making time for yourself, relaxing and doing the things you enjoy in life.  Spending time with loved ones, family and friends, Paying attention to how you feel is an important step forward, and it can really help to talk to the people around you in your life.