Mental Health Awareness Week

Are you surviving or thriving?

Good mental health is more than the absence of a mental health problem.

Mental Health Awareness Week, 8-14 May 2017, looks at mental health from a new angle. Rather than ask why so many people are living with mental health problems, the week will seek to uncover why too few of us are thriving with good mental health.

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Support for mental health in Worcestershire:

Worcestershire Well-being Hub

Is an information and signposting service for people over the age of 16 who are experiencing low mood, anxiety or stress, and feel that they would benefit from support from local community providers.   They provide:
• Information and signposting for well-being services provided by the voluntary sector across Worcestershire
• Take bookings for the community well-being programmes such as 'Moodmaster' and 'Peer Support'
• Redirect people to self-help resources
Visit the  Worcestershire Well-being hub to find out more.

Worcestershire Healthy Minds

Is a service that supports people, aged 16 and over, who are experiencing problems such as stress, anxiety, low mood and depression.

They help people improve their mental wellbeing through a range of interventions such as short courses, talking therapies, and self- help information.  You can now self-refer to our service by completing a Self-Assessment Form.

Visit  Worcestershire Healthy Minds to find out more.

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

It provides support to children and families where the young person is experiencing significant mental health difficulties.

Visit CAHMS to find out more.

 

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