Healthwatch North Tyneside provides a variety of Mental Health support to families.
If you need urgent help with your mental health right now, you can get in touch with the CNTW Trust’s Initial Response services. If you live in North Tyneside call the following freephone numbers:
Adults: 0800 652 2861
Children and young people: 0800 652 2862
The following website has the links to support groups for all health services that you may require.
North Tyneside Healthwatch have put together this booklet to provide information for all available services in one place. You will be able to access support for all aspects of mental health for yourself or someone else by using the phone numbers or contact email addresses in the booklet.
If you require urgent help with your mental health If you need urgent help with your mental health right now, you can get in touch with the CNTW Trust’s Initial Response services. If you live in North Tyneside call the following freephone numbers: Adults: 0800 652 2861 Children and young people: 0800 652 2862
Talking Therapies service are open and you can access the service yourself – you do not need to speak to your GP first. They have made their online therapy tool free to access for all North Tyneside residents and they recommend this for people feeling overwhelmed by the coronavirus situation. Go to Talking Therapies onlineere
NHS England suggested helplines for you to contact for support and someone to talk to if you need additional support with your mental health and are not able to get a face to face appointment.
Healthwatch Newcastle is an independent not-for-profit organisation. We help children, young people and adults to have a say about social care and health services in Newcastle upon Tyne. This includes every part of the community, including people who sometimes struggle to be heard.
We run a service offering free, confidential and independent information about social care and health services in Newcastle – call 0808 178 9282 (free from landlines) or text 07551 052 751.
Families who live in Newcastle Upon Tyne are able to access help and support from Healthwatch Newcastle. You can visit their website for additional information linked to all aspects of mental health support that you or someone you know may need.