Mental Health Awareness

The focus this year is Kindness Matters; please take a few minutes to watch the videos below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7WPYzaP9F0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uye-jTS1MYA 

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus

 

If you, or someone you know has concerns about their immediate health and you or they are already registered with one of the services then please use the following contact methods to get the help you need:

During office hours:  Call GP or your care -coordinator/lead professional or Mental Health Access Team/Single Point of Contact (01302 566999)

Outside of office hours – Please phone your local Access/Crisis Team: 01302- 566999

Doncaster Mental Health Services and Support

Children and Adult Mental Health Services (CAHMS) – Are you a young person who needs support with your mental health? Call the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service on 01302 796191

Talking Shop – Experiencing anxiety, low mood or other common mental health conditions? Why not try the free talking therapy service at the Talking Shop? Talking Shop therapies are available free to Doncaster residents aged 18 years and over. Local people can self-refer into the service and access a range of talking therapies and information that includes prevention and self-help literature. To find out more simply telephone 01302 565556 or visit http://iapt.rdash.nhs.uk.

Crisis Team – Are you having a mental health crisis or know someone who is? Visit or call the Crisis Team on 01302 566999.

Safe Space – Accessed via the single point of access phone line (01302 566999), Safe Space uses peer and voluntary support empathise with people experiencing a mental health crisis . The service provides wrap around support and creates a living well plan for each individual which links with local neighbourhood assets and services which can help further.

Drug and Alcohol services-Aspire is keen to help people stay well and live a fulfilling life in their own community and can provide confidential information, support and advice. Aspire supports the recovery of people with a drug and/ or alcohol addiction, to help them to become valued citizens in their communities