Mental Health

 

It is estimated that one in four people will have mental health problems at some point in their lives. If you have been recently diagnosed or are living with a mental health problem, or have concerns about the way you or someone close to has been feeling or behaving, then The Community Programme can put you in touch with those organisations and services offering the information and advice to enable you to gain a better understanding of mental health issues and help with determining the right course of action for you.

This includes information and advice on a wide range of mental health topics including mental health legislation, benefits and entitlements, counselling, treatment, sectioning, advice for carers and facts and statistics, as well as information on specific mental health conditions including anxiety disorders, such as obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic attacks and paranoia; bipolar disorder; personality disorders; phobias; post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); self-harm; eating problems; psychosis; schizophrenia and many more.

The Community Programme can help you find support groups in your area, where you can speak with others similarly affected and find out how others cope.

If you need practical help and support or specialist advice with this issue, please act now and contact one of the organisations listed by The Community Programme. 

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