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Mental Health Helpline (freephone)
0300 222 5931
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0800 068 4141
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The Carers Help And Talk (CHAT) line is available 24 hours a day 365 days per year. The line is manned by Carers who have an understanding of caring for a person with a mental health condition.
CHAT Line number:
0333 103 9747
Many people experience common mental health problems at some point in their lives. Life changing events like the loss of a loved one, loss of employment, or even just everyday life stresses can lead to difficulties and you may need help and support. Common mental health problems are easily developed. Depression, anxiety, stress, panics, eating problems and loss of sleep make it difficult for us to cope with daily demands.
Healthy Minds is a service to help you when support is needed. We can work with you to help you examine how you are coping and develop your coping skills. All staff have received special training to offer support through a stepped model of integrated care.
Use the diagram below to access the main parts of the Healthy Minds programme.
Find organisations within your local area and across Lancashire that provide support on all aspects of mental health. Use the Directory Search top right.
The Healthy Minds Academy provides training and awareness raising on a variety of related topics - select here to download the prospectus.
If you are feeling in Psychological distress, the Big White Wall can help you to manage your own mental health and wellbeing. You can access it 24/7 at www.bigwhitewall.com
The Families Health and Well Being Consortium are developing a collaborative approach to IAPT/Mental health and well being services in East Lancashire. The Consortium is working closely with East Lancs CCG to ensure that those VCF organisations currently delivering services and support to local residents, work better together to provide a consistent and equitable service across Pennine Lancashire. The Consortium, with its constituent member organisations – Lancashire Womens Centre, Child Action North West, the Magdalene Project and Free-Flow Counselling – are working towards an agreed assessment process, a simple referral system and a shared reporting mechanism, underpinned by an assurance of quality provision to meet local need.
You can complete the Self Referral form by visiting IAPT Self Referral Form (Opens in new window)