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Mental health: information, advice and support

Phone 999 if you think you or someone else might be in danger. If you are in crisis or need to talk to someone urgently about your mental health, go to the urgent help with mental health page.

If you’re not in crisis but you're worried about your emotional and mental wellbeing or worried about someone you care about who has mental health problems, talk to your GP who can refer you to mental health services in your area.  

If you want to get some advice yourself, here’s some useful information and contacts.

Mental health wellbeing and recovery service in your area

Your local mental health wellbeing and recovery service can help you with: 

  • information and advice about mental health
  • finding out how local support and services can help you or your family 
  • someone to talk to about your mental health

Local mental health services

For all mental health services in Leicester and Leicestershire, see :

Information and advice online

If you want information, advice and tips on how to maintain good mental health or improve your mental health and wellbeing, there is support available online to help you.

Visit:

Talking therapies

It is normal to experience changes in your mood and behaviour at times of stress and emotional upset. Your physical health may also affect your mood and stress levels. If these changes continue to affect you, the Let's Talk-Wellbeing service could help you.

Support from Adult Social Care

If you have mental health problems, the Mental Health Reablement Service may be able to provide you with short-term support to promote recovery and increase your independence

Please contact Adult Social Care.

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