for better mental health

Active Monitoring Wales

This page is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

Your mental health matters. We believe that anyone who is experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems should be able to get the help and support they need, when they need it. That's why we're working with GPs, Local Health Boards, and the local Mind network to roll out Active Monitoring, our early intervention service, across Wales.

Coronavirus restrictions mean that instead of face-to-face meetings we can provide support over the phone and online. Emergency funding from WCVA and Welsh Government has allowed us to offer Active Monitoring across the whole of Wales until November 2020.

"Without this wonderful service I really don't think I would be here now."

How it works

Anyone over 18 in Wales can be referred to Active Monitoring by a GP, other health professional, or by contacting us directly.

Sign up to Active Monitoring 

Within a week, they can start the six-week guided self-help course on any of the following:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Feeling alone
  • Managing anger
  • Grief and loss

Each week, an Active Monitoring Practitioner will send information and workbooks and call to offer support and guidance.

In this video Jan, who took part in the course, talks about the difference that Active Monitoring has made to her. You can also hear more about how the course works, from Active Monitoring Practitioner Liz.

Get in touch

To sign up for Active Monitoring, or refer someone to the service, fill in this form and we’ll be in touch within a week.

Sign up to Active Monitoring

Dr Simon Dobson, Clarence Medical Centre Rhyl

"I was an agnostic about the project before it began, but decided to give it a go. It has wildly exceeded my expectations. The practitioners are excellent at dealing with problems way beyond the level of complexity I had anticipated."

Other ways to get involved

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