If you are having mental health problems, you are not alone. One in four of us will have problems with our mental health at some time in our lives.
Our mental health is about how we think, our emotions, our outlook on life, and how we cope with challenges. It is an essential part of our wellbeing.
Mental health issues affect us all in terms of adjustment to stressful life events and in supportive roles and relationships as parents, partners, employers, friends and families.
If you are worried about your mental health, or if someone in your life is affected, there are plenty of ways to get help:
- Community Mental Health Team: for patients, carers, family members, GPs, NHS professionals and anyone else in Wokingham who has questions or concerns about a mental health related issue
- Rethink Mental Illness (Wokingham): Provides a community support service, offering people with mental illness the support and help they need to regain confidence to engage in everyday activities
- Wokingham Community Older Adults Mental Health: A joint health & social care team providing community based services to older people with mental illness or degenerative conditions such as dementia & their carers
- Mental Health Advocacy: Provides advocates who will support and represent another person in a variety of situations, in which they feel unable to represent their own interests
- Depression Alliance: National network of self help groups
- MIND: Provides information and advice, training programmes
- SEAP: Provides confidential, independent advocacy services
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