Mental health and wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing

Mental wellbeing and good mental health is when you feel generally good and are able to cope with your daily life. If things start to go wrong or you're finding it hard to cope, your GP should be the first place to seek help. They may refer you to another service, such as a community mental health team, or to a support service. If you don't have a GP or don't feel able to talk to them, there are others places you can find help. Support is available for all sorts of mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, and dementia and for carers of people with these issues.

The local NHS and NHS Choices offer information and guidance about mental health, and many charities also offer help, advice and support groups. Wandsworth Mind offers advice, information and services, and you will also find charities here that run helplines, such as Mind, Samaritans and Rethink.

 

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44 Records in Mental health and wellbeing.

  • Deaf Adult Services

    Building 5, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ

    Telephone: 020 3513 4646 or 07766 257 846 (Text message, SMS, 9am to 5pm)

    Description: Deaf Adult Services is part of National Deaf Services, which provides a range of comprehensive mental health services for deaf adults, children and their families.

  • Dementia Guide - Alzheimer's Society

    Telephone: 0300 303 5933 (to order the guide), 0300 222 1122 (Dementia Helpline)

    Description: A guide for anyone who has recently been told they have any type of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia and mixed dementia.

  • Emergency help - Mental health

    Description: For people experiencing mental health difficulties there are a number of organisations to contact in an emergency, including charities, helplines and specialist services.

  • Independent Mental Health Advocates (IMHAs)

    Description: The Mental Health Act 1983 requires that independent mental health advocacy is offered to "qualifying" patients.

  • Making your home dementia friendly - Alzheimer's Society

    Description: Making your home dementia friendly is a booklet for people with dementia who are living at home.

  • Mama Low's Kitchen

    Katherine Low Settlement, 108 Battersea High St, Battersea, SW11 3HP

    Telephone: 020 7207 1786

    Description: Mama Low's Kitchen is a weekly user-led mental health drop-in service, organised by Sound Minds and Canerows and Plaits, but based at Katherine Low Settlement on Battersea High Street.

  • Mental health - NHS Choices

    Description: NHS Choices provides detailed information on the symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention of many of the most common mental health conditions.

  • Mental Health Foundation

    Colechurch House, 1 London Bridge Walk, London, SE1 2SX

    Telephone: 020 7803 1100

    Description: The Mental Health Foundation is a charity that provides information about mental health, carries out research, campaigns and works to improve services for anyone affected by mental health problems, regardless of their age and where they live.

  • Mental health support in Wandsworth

    Description: Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) provides information on their website about the types of support available for people experiencing mental health problems.

  • Mental Health Tribunals

    First-tier Tribunal (Mental Health), PO BOX 8793, 5th Floor, Leicester, LE1 8BN

    Telephone: 0300 123 2201

    Description: HM Courts and Tribunals Service reviews the cases of patients detained under the Mental Health Act and can direct the discharge of any patients where the statutory criteria for detention are not met.