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Head Space – Peer 2 Peer Mental Health Support

Head Space offers an out-of-hours service for people who consider that they are approaching  a mental health crisis. The service aims to provide a non-clinical setting with a safe, calm and structured environment, where individuals can go to access peer support.

headspace@colebrooksw.org

07890257614 (opening hours only: 6pm – 10pm, 7 days a week)

Marbles Lost and Found

A great resource dedicated to awareness & support for Mental Health in Plymouth

Here at “Marbles” I want you to realise you are still Able with a Label and It’s Ok not to be Ok. I have pieced together all I personally know about mental health from my own journey as well as help and support on here from others – Nicky N.

marbleslostandfound.co.uk

Andy’s Man Club (Plymouth)

Real, non judgmental, talking groups for men.

‘Our mission is to stop men from taking their lives.’ ‘We are the creators of the viral #ITSOKAYTOTALK campaign 👌🏻’

Andy’s Man Club run meet ups across the country.

They meet in Plymouth every Monday at 7pm (except bank holidays) at Swarthmore Building, Hyde Park House, 74 Mutley Plain, Plymouth, PL4 6LF

Contact a Samaritan – day or night on 116 123

Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you.

Here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Samaritans
Shout

Shout – support in a crisis

If you’re experiencing a personal crisis, are unable to cope and need support, text Shout to 85258

SANE – offering non-judgemental and compassionate emotional support

Ring SANEline on 0300 304 7000 between 4.30pm and 10.30pm each evening.

Find out more.

SANELine

Papyrus – Prevention of young suicide

If you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned for a young person who might be you can contact HOPELINEUK for confidential support and practical advice:

 

Opening hours:

9am – 10pm weekdays, 2pm – 10pm weekends, 2pm – 10pm bank holidays

10 ways to look after your mental health

1. Talk about your feelings
2. Keep active
3. Eat well
4. Drink sensibly
5. Keep in touch
6. Ask for help
7. Take a break
8. Do something you’re good at
9. Accept who you are
10. Care for others

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation.”

– Audre Lorde

• Invest in yourself. Spend 15–30 minutes each day doing something that uplifts you.
• When your inner critic or an outer critic finds faults, try and find truth and exception to what is being said.
• If you stumble or feel you have failed, don’t beat yourself up. Act as if you were your own best friend: be kind and supportive.
• Do something to wind down at the end of each day.
• Take a few minutes each day to appreciate yourself

Trauma Informed

Trauma Informed Plymouth Network

In becoming trauma aware Plymouth acknowledges the immense strengths individuals and communities bring to their own lives and to those around them.

Shaping Future Care – Devon STP Plan

This link below will connect you to the STP Devon Website:

devonstp.org.uk

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