Mental health problems could be stress, anxiety, depression or something else – but the important thing to remember is you are not alone. Support is out there for you.
Please see a list of resources available in North Lincolnshire below. We are continually adding to this list.
Children and Young People
The Haven, located at Scunthorpe and District Mind Offices at Printer’s Yard in Fenton Street, is designed to help reduce the risk of mental health crisis by providing a safe space for people who urgently need to talk to someone. Click here to read more.
Every Mind Matters
Every Mind Matters is here to help you manage and maintain your mental health, as good mental health makes such a difference. It helps us to relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. Click here to read more.
Qwell for Men
Qwell for Men is a free online mental health and wellbeing support service for men. The service is available to men aged 18 and over, providing a safe and confidential space to share experiences and gain support from qualified professionals.
Visit Qwell for Men at http://qwell.io/hcv
Every Mum Matters
The new service available to people across North and North East Lincolnshire and Hull and East Yorkshire helps support those who have been recently bereaved by a suspected suicide. Support can include CBT techniques, mindfulness guidance and talking and listening support. The service can also support with memory boxes, funeral planning and support, attending inquests and help with debts and finances. This service is offered to all ages and support will be tailored to each individual. Referrals can be made through contacting 01482 240200 or email by email@example.com. You can also find information at www.heymind.org.uk.
Free listening services
These services offer confidential advice from trained volunteers. You can talk about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how difficult:
- Call 116 123 to talk to Samaritans, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a reply within 24 hours
- Text “SHOUT” to 85258 to contact the Shout Crisis Text Line, or text “YM” if you’re under 19
For mental health emergencies, call 999 or go to A&E now if:
- someone’s life is at risk – for example, they have seriously injured themselves or taken an overdose
- you do not feel you can keep yourself or someone else safe
A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a physical one. You will not be wasting anyone’s time.