If you are struggling with your mental health and wellbeing it can affect all aspects of your life.
There is national and local support available to you, to help get your mental health and wellbeing back on track.
You are not alone.
Every Mind Matters offers expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental wellbeing and make them part of your daily routine. There are small things you can do to help be kind to your mind, and these can make a big difference to how you feel.
Mind are a national charity who offer help and support with mental health and wellbeing.
The Samaritans are there for you, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with their freephone helpline on 116 123.
Talk Suicide offers free training and advice to help you recognise when someone is feeling down, desperate, or struggling with feelings of wanting to die.
The national NHS website provides generic information around mental health and wellbeing, self-help information and how to spot the signs someone else may be struggling.
Locally, the NHS commissions a variety of organisations to help you with your mental health and wellbeing. Use the links below to find your local support service.
- North East Lincolnshire mental health support
- North Lincolnshire Psychological Therapies
- Let’s Talk Hull
- East Riding Emotional Wellbeing Service
- North Yorkshire
For support with children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing click here.
If someone’s life is at risk, they have taken an overdose or seriously harmed themselves, or you are worried you cannot keep them safe, call 999 or go to A&E immediately.
An eating disorder is a mental health condition where you use the control of food to cope with feelings and other situations. If you need help, there is support available near you.Find out more