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Mental Health Concern North East Mental Health Concern is based in the North East of England and we provide a wide range of specialist mental health services, which are predominantly commissioned by the NHS and local authorities. We support many people with a wide range of mental health-related needs, including: people taking their final steps away from specialist mental health services and striving to get into work, education or training people recovering from severe mental ill-health, who require support over long periods of time people with severe dementia and complex challenging needs We believe that our innovative approach to developing services, coupled with close partnerships with the people who use them, enables us to provide high-quality care and support that helps people move on in their lives. Our services are clinician-led, providing a range of person-centred support with a focus on recovery.
Mental Health Concern head office Buttress House 36 Brenkley Way Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 6DS
Gateshead Mental Health User Voice We are a service user led group that enables members to have a voice and be heard, to work together and share information on Mental Health services locally and nationally. Our membership is free and members can attend our monthly meetings or alternatively receive postal information and newsletters. Training and volunteering opportunities are available.
Room 206 Aidan House Gateshead NE8 3HU United Kingdom
Pathways Advice and Advocacy (Mental Health Matters) Pathways Advice and Information Service offers advice and information to residents of Gateshead who have mental health needs. Advice Workers can provide you with advice and practical help on a variety of issues that may be putting you under pressure and affecting your well-being: this includes issues with Welfare Benefits, debt, housing and employment issues. Advice Workers will provide you with the information you need to make a decision on how you would like to try and resolve your issue. Example of areas we can help you include: Looking at what benefits you are entitled to; help you to apply for the benefits; help if you are experiencing problems with the process. Filling in forms, writing letters and talking to agencies involved with your issue Accessing support and advice if you are experiencing a housing problem. Finding out what other help is available to you and how you can access it. General information on mental health conditions and service available Refer you other services if your issue requires specialist help. Our Advice Workers understand the difficulty and distress people can experience when trying to negotiating complex benefits, housing and debt systems. We will […]
Room 203, Floor 2, Aidan House, Sunderland Road, Gateshead, NE8 3HU
One You Gateshead The One You Gateshead page is managed by Gateshead Council’s Public Health team. It is one of the resources used by the Making Every Contact Count service. We have adopted One You Brand, developed by Public Health England, to help share life style information and resources developed from reliable and trusted sources. We are a HUB of information for the people and community of Gateshead and through our social media pages and the Our Gateshead website we help promote and raise awareness of Public Health England’s and other local health campaigns for services such as Fresh and Balance as well as share information on local services, groups and events.
Gateshead Civic Centre, Regent street, Gateshead, NE8 1HH, United Kingdom
Tyneside Women’s Health Tyneside Women’s Health is a charity and was set up in 1985 to provide mental health support to women in a women-only environment. Our vision is a society that is free from mental health stigma, in which all women and girls feel included and empowered.
Gateshead & Head Office 30 Half Moon Lane, Gateshead, NE8 2AN
Gateshead Clubhouse Our aim has always been to provide the positive side of having a building-based service, while recognising that if left in isolation, these kinds of services can be institutionalised and stagnant, the input of external people, activities and new members is akin to having freshwater run into a stream. The clubhouse is truly a unique place in that it is run by people just like you; a non-institutionalised staff free service that takes pride in helping others, with many facilities available such as; A comfy sitting area to socialise and relax. A pool table. Six up to date computers with free internet access and word processing software (and free Wi-Fi). A cafe offering good food from 11-1:30pm each weekday and drinks / sandwiches / assorted snacks / sweets / crisps until 4pm. Many different group activities throughout the week: Arts, Crafts, Mindfulness, Hearing Voices Support Group, Cooking Skills, Baking Group, Social Enterprise, Adult Autism Support Group, Digital Skills, Yoga, And many more Plenty of puzzles, jigsaws, chess, Dominoes, books and games to keep your mind active. Nights out / day trips (using public transport or a coach company). Occasional local holidays away (mainstream coach companies etc.). We also […]
Gateshead Clubhouse, Worcester Green, Gateshead. NE8 1NH
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
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.
We are committed to safeguarding and preventing the abuse of adults.
Civic Centre, Regent Terrace, Gateshead NE8 1HH
Gateshead Council Director of Public Health
Gateshead Civic Centre Regent Street Gateshead NE8 1HH
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
We work with people who are often excluded from the support they need, and experience a combination of at least three of the following four issues: Homelessness, Offending, Substance misuse, Mental ill health
John Haswell House, 8-9 Gladstone Terrace, Gateshead, NE8 4DY