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Gives information that may help if you have experienced abuse.
Gives information on where you can find support on addiction and dependency, which are often linked to mental health problems.
Explains what advocacy is and how it can help you. Gives information on different types of adovcacy, including statutory advocates, what sort of situations an advocate can help you with, and how to find an advocate.
Brief answers to some of the most common questions that our Infoline receives about benefits.
A brief guide to bereavement services, including details of where you can go for further information and support.
A brief guide to mental health services for children and young people, including details of where you can go for further information and support.
A guide explaining what mental health crisis services are available, how they can help and when to access them. Also provides guidance on how you can plan for a crisis.
Information about support available to help you to go on holiday.
Explains how your mental health and your housing situation might affect each other. Provides tips on how to cope and where you can get more support.
Explains how mental health problems can affect insurance cover, what your rights are, and how to choose the right cover for you. Includes a list of specialist insurance providers.
A guide to learning disability support services, with information about what you can do to access them.
Gives information about mental health support for lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender people.
Gives information about the relationship between money worries and mental health, with suggestions on how to address them.
Explains what peer support is, what types there are, how it can help you and how to access it.
A guide to taking the first steps, making empowered decisions and getting the right support for you. Also includes information about seeking help outside the NHS, and how to support someone else to seek help.
Explains what talking therapies are, what happens during therapy, how to get the most from therapy and and how to find a therapist.
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