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Mind- St HelensPosted Wednesday 16th May 2018

St. Helens Mind aims to promote and preserve good mental health and to assist those experiencing mental distress to regain their full potential. Our aim is to support people aged 18+ who are experiencing mental health difficulties in St. Helens Borough so they achieve their full potential and play an active part in community life. We aim to help people living in St. Helens regardless of their cultural, religious and lifestyle needs. Our services are non-judgemental and offer opportunities to develop self-esteem and confidence by encouraging and supporting involvement.

SamaritansPosted Wednesday 16th May 2018

Samaritans is a confidential and emotional support service for anyone in the UK and Ireland. The service is available 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide. Common reasons to contact Samaritans include relationship and family problems, loss of employment or bereavement, financial worries, stress, work, studies or body image issues.

Think Wellbeing St HelensPosted Wednesday 16th May 2018

Think Wellbeing St Helens has dedicated teams of psychological wellbeing practitioners, cognitive behavioural therapists and counsellors who offer a range of support to help you make positive changes to reduce stress and anxiety and improve your wellbeing. These include stress control classes, wellbeing workshops, group therapies, one to one support and telephone support.

We provide free services in St Helens for anyone over the age of 16. We offer our services from health centres and local community settings.

Please note, as an NHS service, if you decide to refer yourself we will keep your GP informed of your progress unless you explicitly instruct us not to.


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