Offers crisis care for people in urgent need of help with their mental health.
A space has been created for local men over the age of 18, who maybe struggling and need to talk. Come and see them in confidentiality and respect, every Monday & Wednesday at Crawley Baptist Church, RH117HJ.
Circle starts at 7pm and finishes at 9pm. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the evening starts.
For contact, call 07508 336 995.
For more information – https://mensharelisteninggroup.co.uk/contact-us
Rehab 4 Addiction offers a wealth of resources and information about addiction and mental health, which could be invaluable to those in need. They also provide a helpline that offers immediate assistance to those struggling with addiction, a service that could be life-saving. Last but not the least, they offer a comprehensive directory of treatment centres throughout the UK, making it easier for those in need to find help near them.
You can access them here at – https://www.rehab4addiction.co.uk
If you are struggling with your mental health, are 18 years of age and over and need support outside normal working hours, Staying Well, Crawley is here for you. At Staying Well, Crawley you will be supported by Richmond Fellowship recovery workers and peer support staff and volunteers who will work with you to identify your needs and help make a plan to support you. A mental health practitioner from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will also be available to anyone requiring immediate clinical support from Secondary Mental Health Services.
They also provide support for carers who may need support with their own mental wellbeing due to the pressure of coping with someone with episodes of mental ill health. Some of the support offered are:
They are a completely free informational resource covering the topics of mesothelioma and asbestos-related diseases. Information is verified by medical professionals and they have nurses on staff who answer calls and questions and help those in serious need by referring them to the most appropriate medical and legal professionals nation-wide!. They help patients:
Read more & connect to them – Mesothelioma Emotional Support
They aim to provide families with comprehensive mesothelioma information approved by expert physicians, as well as supporting those affected through recovering funds for medical treatment and other expenses.
This website features the most comprehensive guide to mesothelioma, including general information about the disease, treatment, and symptoms – 100% free, and is also medically reviewed by doctors. Here is a list of some of the things they offer:
• An on-staff doctor and nurse available to answer any medical-related questions.
• Patient Advocates that work 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers, and support groups.
Their LGBTQ+ Guide can help those who feel confused and afraid due to a lack of understanding and awareness of their needs. You can access it here – drugwatch.com/health/lgbtq/
Coming out to family and friends can be terrifying, and may experience anxiety in the process. Click the link for a guidance on how to deal with it – drugwatch.com/mental-health/how-to-deal-with-anxiety/
An alliance of organisations working across West Sussex to offer a single point of access for Mental Health services. Visit their website here.
Free support for people with mental health needs, those with a personality disorder and individuals at risk of homelessness.
Youth advice centre at Foyer, open to community as well as residents.
Counselling and support on all aspects of relationships, for individuals, couples, families and children and young people aged 11 to 19.
Mutual support to improve mental health and rebuild confidence and skills through training, involvement and volunteering.
Peer Mentoring in Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex
They provide Volunteer Peer mentors who will meet with you weekly for 12 weeks. They have lived experience of mental health issues and can support you to:
Community Mental Health Advocacy
Our advocates can:
A public health funded council employed free service, that supports the health and wellbeing of those who live and/or work in Crawley. Advice and support on how to make small changes to improve health and wellbeing.
Carers Support West Sussex is a local charity working with and for family and friend carers. Their vision is to bring the day forward when family and friend carers are seen, heard, and included. They run Support Groups, a Carer Response Line, help carers access equipment to assist them in their caring role or provide funds so that carers can do something for themselves.
Domestic violence service for West Sussex. Get help from there here.
Support group for and by parents and carers of children and adults on the Autistic Spectrum or with other social communication difficulties.
Free educational courses that focus on mental health and recovery
Helpline providing confidential, emotional support and information in Asian languages for anyone affected by mental health issues.
Specialised support service for women involved in prostitution across Sussex, Surrey and London.
Details of national mental health charities and support groups.
Information, support and self-help with stress, anxiety or depression, including:
Lots of tips, links and videos including:
Includes tips and information in connection with:
Information to help you cope if:
Supporting those living with an eating disorder and their loved ones through
Simple steps that can be taken to help making having to work from home less stressful and more enjoyable.
A range of online media where the Dorset Recovery Education Centre (REC) and Discovery Project share resources around mental health, wellbeing and recovery: