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If you are in hospital we will get you the support you need when you are ready to leave and help to prevent you from going back into hospital
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.
The affective team, also known as the community resource team, offer individuals support with a wide range of mental health difficulties, including severe depression, anxiety, personality disorders, OCD, eating disorders and several other non-psychotic conditions.
Community resource team, Sovereign House, Brenda Road, Hartlepool, TS25 1NN
Hartlepool and East Durham Mind helps people who are suffering emotionally. You might feel depressed, anxious, suffer from panic attacks, sleep problems, low mood, struggle with unwanted, uncontrollable thoughts, lost a sense of hope and optimism or struggle with bereavement or in relationships. We also help people with one or more long-term health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis/musculoskeletal problems, respiratory problems, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, epilepsy, heart disease or unexplained persistent physical symptoms. Long-term health conditions can also lead to emotional distress.
1, Tees Street, Hartlepool, TS24 8HB
We support people aged 18 years or over who are vulnerable or at risk.
Adults and Community Based Services Hartlepool Borough Council Civic Cent
Hartlepool Borough Council Director of Public Health
Hartlepool Borough Council, Customer Services Civic Centre Victoria Road Hartlepool TS24 8AY
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
provide comprehensive assessment and short-term therapeutic intervention for people experiencing mental health concerns or difficulties
Harbour works with families and individuals who are affected by abuse from a partner, former partner or other family member.Community Outreach and Refuges Northumberland; Hartlepool; County Durham
Head Office 8 Sydenham Road, Hartlepool TS25 1QB
We have a range of services, such as including indoor and outdoor training, young peoples mental health activities, campaigning on mental health issues, information sharing, and signposting through our online channels.
Birtley CDC,Drum Park Lane Industrial Estate, Chester-le-Street DH2 1AE
1 Hart, 1 Mind, 1 Future welcomes Parents, Carers and young people who want to understand more about the available services and their potential impact on children and young adults, so please come and join our successful Forum
19a Lowthian Road, Hartlepool
Hartlepool’s Community Led Inclusion Partnership (CLIP) launched in March 2021 to promote access, independence and choice within our community.
Hartlepower Energy Hub, 81 Stranton, TS24 7QT