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Don’t know where you stand? If you’re being treated under the mental health act, it can sometimes feel like an uphill struggle to get the help you need and to know what to do next. We can offer you help and guidance.
If you're aged 50 plus and feeling lonely or isolated from others you’re not alone. Through Ageing Better Middlesbrough, you can find out about a wide range of activities, events, groups and opportunities that your community has to offer.
Appropriate Adults are here to support people that are vulnerable due to mental health problems or learning difficulties, and detained in police custody. The service is highly recognised by criminal justice agencies, and is led by a team of trained and committed volunteers.
Stress, worries and pressures at school can have a huge impact on your life. You're not alone though, we’re here to help. We can offer you emotional and wellbeing support if you attend an eligible school across Teesside.
Have you always wanted to make a difference or give something back to your local community? Our team at Community Minded can support you to build your confidence and help find you opportunities to use your skills and time to give something back and volunteer.
Getting outdoors and gardening have been proven to positively impact your mental health. Through Ecominds we can give you a chance to get outside, learn new skills, support our community garden and connect with other people from the local community.
Getting active isn’t always easy, but for a woman with mental health difficulties it can feel like an impossible mountain to climb.
Energise will support you to get active, more often, through a variety of affordable and accessible physical activities in your local community.
Are you struggling to get by and want practical support to get back on your feet? Firm Foundations can help by supporting your immediate needs and then offer longer term support to make sure you don't get in that situation again.
So many people across Teesside suffer from depression, stress, anxiety and a wide range of other psychological emotional issues. Through our Impact on Teesside service we can support your mental health and wellbeing needs.
If you're a young male aged 14-20 and are struggling with your mental and emotional wellbeing then we can help you. We offer a range of peer led activities to help you connect with like minded people, learn new things and have fun while improving your mental health.
We know that coping with cancer is hard enough but can feel almost impossible if you're struggling with your mental health too. We are finding ways to support people on their journey and learn from their experiences.
Your time at university can be an amazing experience but it can also have a big impact on your wellbeing. Knowing how to look after your mental health is an important part of university life. Our free workshops can support you throughout this journey.
Positively using your experiences of mental health can make such a difference to others by inspiring hope and sharing proven tools for overcoming issues. Our peer support training provides practical steps to get you started while making the most of your skills and experience.
Are you over the age of 29 and struggling to get into work? Step Forward Tees Valley can help you overcome what's preventing you from securing employment and will work with you to build your skills and fulfil your aspirations.
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