Mental Health Awareness
In September, the Health Engagement Team in Rotherham is helping to raise mental health awareness.
Here you can listen to Wayne speaking to Ian Duffy from the Health Engagement Team in Rotherham about mental health matters, and the support available to those individual’s that need it.
Find out more about the Health Engagement Team Rotherham:
Facebook: Health Engagement Team
Mental Health Support
- Rotherham IAPT – https://iapt.rdash.nhs.uk/
Provide help to adults who are experiencing common mental health problems including depression, stress and anxiety. We offer a range of talking therapies to help with mental health.
- Ieso Digital Health – www.iesohealth.com
They can help anyone who has issues with anxiety, stress, depression, sleep problems and other issues with online CBT for NHS patients.
- RotherHive – www.rotherhive.co.uk
Provides a range of verified practical mental health and wellbeing information, support and advice for adults in Rotherham.
- Every Mind Matters – www.nhs.uk/every-mind-matters/mental-health-issues/
Is an NHS website with expert advice, practical tips and plenty of help and support if you’re stressed, anxious, low or struggling to sleep.
- Listening Ear – https://listening-ear.co.uk/refer/
Support for those bereaved during the coronavirus pandemic if you live in or are registered with a GP in South Yorkshire.
- Amparo Suicide Support – https://amparo.org.uk/
Provides emotional and practical support to anyone who has been affected by suicide. The service can be 1-1, with family groups, groups of colleagues or peers. During the pandemic, they can offer appointments via video call. It is currently available in South Yorkshire.
- Be the One – https://www.be-the-one.co.uk/
Working to reduce the number of lives lost to suicide in Rotherham.
- Rotherham & Barnsley Mind – https://www.rbmind.co.uk/
Rotherham & Barnsley Mind is an independent local provider of high quality mental health services in Rotherham, Barnsley and its surrounding areas.
It is important to know there is always someone to talk to. If you are in need of urgent help you can call:
Samaritans: 116 123 for 24 hour support.
Crisis Team (RDaSH): 0800 652 9571
Remember, it’s okay not to be okay. There is support out there and talking to someone is a good first step to help you deal with any issues you may have.