There are lots of services that can support you if you have a mental health problem or if you want to look after your emotional wellbeing.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, try using the search bar above to find what you need.
The Walter Boyce Wellbeing Hub supports adults with learning disabilities. Around 30 customers a day attend the centre as well as a number of customers with more profound learning disabilities who attend the specialist unit providing higher levels of care. The centre aims to increase customers’ confidence, self esteem and expectations by supporting them to […]
We’re a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for young people aged between 10 and 18. We won’t judge and we won’t tell you what to do. We are here to listen and to support you to make the positive changes that you want. We have a highly skilled team with many years’ experience […]
When you are going through a difficult time, it can be very easy to keep your worries to yourself and believe that you are the only one experiencing such painful feelings. While we all have our own ways of coping, information and support can make a huge difference. Counselling Directory was set up by a […]
The Moving Forward Group is a 7 week psycho-educational programme for women over 16 who have experienced any form of domestic and/or sexual violence. It aims to provide some first steps on the road to recovery from domestic and/or sexual abuse. The groups will give you: the opportunity to explore and understand the impact of […]
Here to help provide a range of guidance and support to help individuals to feel more confident and be able to manage their lives independently working with them to achieve the things that are important to them. We assist with issues such as: support to manage money, access benefits and debt related issues assistance to […]
Welcome to OrangeLine. Are you feeling alone or isolated? Are you in need of a friendly conversation? OrangeLine is here to help. OrangeLine is a free service delivered by Saint Francis Hospice. It’s confidential and managed by specially trained staff and volunteers who are dedicated to your wellbeing. Who is it for? If you are […]
If you have concerns about dementia, call the Alzheimer’s Society’s National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122 . The helpline provides information, support, guidance and can connect you to other useful organisations. The Helpline is open from: 9am – 8pm Monday to Wednesday 9am – 5pm on Thursday and Friday 10am – 4pm on Saturday […]
HBBS is a local charity which provides one to one counselling support for adults suffering from bereavement and loss. We also offer a children’s bereavement service for Havering which is being supported by grants and fundraising activities. HBBS are currently being funded by Brentwood Extended Schools to offer generic counselling to secondary school pupils within […]
NELFT NHS Foundation Trust provides community health and mental health services across the north east London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest, and in Essex. Address: 157 Barley Lane, Ilford Greater London Postcode: IG3 8XJ Organisation: NELFT Website: www.nelft.nhs.uk Phone: 0300 555 1200
HUBB (Helping Users Bounce Back) is a mutual support group for people living in Havering, Barking and Dagenham who have had a mental illness and, if they request, their carers and other supporters. Our aims As a support group, our purpose is to provide: a safe place for people to share experiences without censorship help […]