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PeerTalk – West Yorkshire

(Bradford and Batley Support Group)

A not-for-profit organisation supporting individuals and their families who live with depression. Based on the successful model of Aware, PeerTalk are establishing volunteer facilitated peer support group meetings across the UK, where members can offer support and encouragement from their own experience of living with depression as others share their stories. Bradford and Batley PeerTalk Groups are two of these.

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Bradford

The Cellar Trust

A not-for-profit organisation providing mental health support to adults living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven. The range of services offered are intend to help people face their challenges and to empower them to move forward in their recovery and live independent, fulfilling lives.

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Bradford

My Wellbeing College

NHS Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale, Craven

A free NHS service offering support to people struggling to manage common everyday difficulties such as feeling low, having trouble sleeping, feeling anxious or experiencing stress. The service is available to anyone (16+) registered with a GP in the Bradford, Wharfedale, Airedale or Craven area and provides a wide range of learning opportunities to help people through ups and downs, from online self-help courses to group educational sessions.

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Calderdale

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies – Calderdale

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A free and confidential NHS service which helps people to receive quick and easy access to the best type of psychological (mental) wellbeing therapy for those experiencing mild to moderate difficulties such as depression, anxiety and stress. This service works with individuals to explore the challenges they are facing and identify how best to deal with them. Treatments are evidence-based and known to achieve results and the therapy staff are highly experienced and knowledgeable.

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Calderdale

Insight Healthcare – Calderdale

Concern Group

Commissioned by the NHS, this service provides free talking therapies and support for common issues such as low mood, anxiety, stress, and bereavement. Everyone goes through difficult times; sometimes our problems affect our day-to-day lives and we feel that we can’t cope. If you are in this situation, you’re not alone. Talking therapies can help you to understand and work through your difficult feelings and develop strategies for coping better.

 

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Kirklees

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies – Kirklees

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A free and confidential NHS service which helps people to receive quick and easy access to the best type of psychological (mental) wellbeing therapy for those experiencing mild to moderate difficulties such as depression, anxiety and stress. This service works with individuals to explore the challenges they are facing and identify how best to deal with them. Treatments are evidence-based and known to achieve results and the therapy staff are highly experienced and knowledgeable.

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Leeds

Connect for Health

Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group and Leeds Mind

A social prescribing service designed to connect people (14+) registered with a Leeds South and East GP to local services and groups that will benefit their health and wellbeing.

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Leeds

Leeds Directory

An online directory and helpline, supporting people living in Leeds to live well by connecting them to local checked and vetted care, trades and support services as well as activities and events.

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Leeds

Leeds City Council

Provide useful information, hints, tips as well as signposting links to self-help, wellbeing and mental health services locally and nationally to help support people experiencing mental health difficulties in Leeds.

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Leeds

MindWell Leeds

Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group

An NHS funded resource, bringing together mental health information from the NHS, Leeds City Council and the third sector into one single ‘go to’ place for everyone living in Leeds. It provides quick and easy access to up-to-date information for all adults whether they are looking for themselves, someone they are concerned about or are a health professional supporting others.

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Leeds

Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service

Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust

A free, confidential and easy to access service which provides support and psychological therapies for people experiencing common mental health problems. It is delivered by a group of mental health care providers (NHS and third sector) that work in partnership to deliver a range of psychological support for people experiencing common mental health difficulties. These may include stress, depression, anxiety, post- traumatic stress and panic. The service is available to people over 17 years of age and registered with a Leeds GP.  Please refer to the service website for more information, including referral details.

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Leeds

Leeds Mind

Leeds Mind provides information, advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health difficulty, and campaigns to promote understanding of issues relating to mental health. Services include counselling, group peer support, mental health awareness training and employment support, as well as non-clinical activities that support good mental wellbeing, such as arts activities and befriending.

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Wakefield

Live Well Wakefield

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, NOVA and Wakefield Council

Supports healthy living for the people of Wakefield, providing information, advice and help in managing with everyday life. In particular, this service offers support to people living with long term conditions.

 

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Wakefield

Turning Point Talking Therapies

Service delivered in partnership with NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group

A social enterprise, providing specialist and integrated services which focus on improving lives and communities across the areas of mental health, learning disability, substance misuse, primary care, the criminal justice system and employment. My Talking Therapies service provides quick and easy access to a range of psychological therapies for people (16+) feeling down, worried, depressed or anxious who are registered with a GP in Wakefield. Treatments include face-to-face, over the phone or online support through ‘My Turning Point’ digital therapy tool. The service organises a variety of groups and workshops and provides self-help material, all of which can be accessed and/or booked via their website. In particular, this service helps people living with long term physical health conditions and chronic pain specifically associated with mild to moderate mental health conditions.

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Wakefield

Wakefield Council

Links provide useful information, hints, tips, organisations and signposting links to self-help, wellbeing and mental health services locally and nationally to help support people experiencing mental health difficulties in Wakefield. In particular, they promote the ‘Five Steps to Wellbeing’ module to help people feel good and function well on a daily basis.

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