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We use our expertise to deliver support and raise awareness around drugs, alcohol and mental health.
26 Coniscliffe Road Darlington DL3 7JX
Talking Changes IAPT Durham and Darlington Talking changes is a self-help, counselling and talking therapies service designed to help anyone living in the County Durham and Darlington area to deal with common mental health problems such as stress, anxiety or depression, as well as panic phobias obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and post traumatic stress disorder.
Talking Changes Craglea 1st Floor Lanchester Road Hospital Durham DH1 5RD
Adult Social Care Darlington If you or somebody you know over the age of 18 needs support from Adult Social Care, you can either fill in the request for support form, telephone us on 01325 406111 or write to the address below. If you contact us by phone one of our staff will try to give you the advice and information you need. If they cannot help you they will try to redirect you to someone who can.
Adult Social Care Central House Gladstone Street Darlington DL3 6JX
MIND Darlington As the leading specialised Mental Health Charity in Darlington and surrounding area you can trust and rely on us to provide you with the quality care and support services that you deserve. Established in 1979 – because it was recognised that there was a lack of social outlets and support for people with mental health problems – Darlington Mind has grown substantially over the last 40 years. We now cover Darlington, South Durham, Hambleton & Richmondshire, and offer a wide range of recovery support services to hundreds of people every year. We are here to help you when you need it
St Hilda's House 11 Borough Road Darlington DL1 1SQ
Step Forward Tees Valley aims to support people into work or training. We can provide one-to-one and group support
Unit 2C Enterprise House Valley Street North Darlington DL1 1GY
Perinatal Community Mental Health Team (Darlington and Durham) Providing perinatal community mental health support to women who are experiencing mental health difficulties during pregnancy or in the first year after they have had their baby.
Lanchester Road Hospital, Lanchester Road, Durham DH1 5RD
Acute Psychiatric, Elm Ward and Maple Ward Elm Ward and Maple Ward are both 20 bedded adult acute admissions wards, based at West Park Hospital in Darlington. The wards offer short term admission to people experiencing mental illness, when the risks are too high for them to be treated and supported within their own home. A multi disciplinary care package is provided to reduce risks and stabilise illness to a level that people can return home at the earliest opportunity. The service is for adults aged 18 years and up. It does not discriminate against age but focuses on safety. Both wards offer physical health support, psychological therapies, medication reviews, occupational therapies and risk assessment.
West Park Hospital Edward Pease Way Darlington County Durham, DL2 2TS
ManHealth ManHealth provide free peer support groups and a WebChat and Connect service across County Durham and Northumberland for men with depression and other mental health conditions. We know that the intense emotional pain you can experience when depressed can distort your thinking so it becomes harder to see possible solutions to problems, or to connect with those who can offer support. Suicide might seem like the only way to make the pain stop. We also know that peer support offered by someone who has a lived experience of mental ill health can help men.
ManHealth, Shildon Business Centre, Dabble Duck Industrial Estate, Shildon, County Durham, DL4 2RF
Mental Health Support Service Adults (Durham and Darlington Listening Service) We provide a listening, support and signposting service for adults living in County Durham and Darlington who are in mental or emotional distress.
Auckland Park Hospital Bishop Auckland DL14 6AE
Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. We have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Operate a helpline for those in crisis or seeking immediate emotional support related to suicide (young people up to 35 years)
West Midlands Office c/o Head Office Unit 2, Bankside, Crosfield Street, Warrington, WA1 1UP