Mental Health Support in Coventry and Warwickshire
We know winter can be a challenging time of year for some people. It’s normal that your mental health may change depending on how you’re feeling and what is happening in your life, but it can also start to impact your daily activities and make life feel difficult.
It’s important to get help to prevent these feelings getting worse. We understand that seeking support is a big step, but there is a range of support available to you across Coventry and Warwickshire if you are struggling with your mental health.
If you feel like you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you should get help straight away by contacting the NHS Mental Access Hub on 08081 966798.
If you are struggling with your mental health, then you can talk to a member of the team at your local GP practice, or use one of the services listed below:
- For self-care information, the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing is a free online tool that uses a questionnaire to get you to reflect on how you’re feeling. Based on your responses, it makes recommendations about self-care, local services and support that may be suitable for you. You can access it here.
- You can refer yourself to the NHS Talking Therapies service, where therapists and counsellors can provide you with proven and effective ways to help you self-manage symptoms and deal with feelings that are preventing you from living a normal life. Visit Talking Therapies or call 024 7667 1090 during office hours to make an appointment.
- You can call the Coventry and Warwickshire Mental Wellbeing Line for connection, advice, information and signposting to other services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 616171.