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Telephone: 0191 265 5911

Mental Health Services

Feeling down or anxious? 

The last couple of years have been tough for us all. If you need a helping hand with your mental health, there is a range of services to support you without the need for referral. And of course you can always speak with your practice team.

If you need urgent help for your mental health, you can phone:

  • Crisis team for adults – 0800 652 2863
  • Crisis team for children and young people – 0800 652 2864
  • Text number for people who are Deaf and/or have communication difficulties – 07919 228 548

 Lines are open 24 hours a day. If you or another person have been harmed or are at immediate risk, you may require an emergency response – call 999.

Adult Mental Health Services

Together All (Aged 16+): Together All provides free, safe and anonymous online mental health service at togetherall.com Qwell (Aged 18+): Qwell provides free online support and counselling at qwell.io Tyneside ... [continue] Adult Mental Health Services

Deaf & Hearing Impairment Mental Health Services

North East Mental Health – Health and Deafness Service The Mental Health and Deafness Service, based at Walkergate Park in Newcastle upon Tyne,  is for deaf and deafblind people aged ... [continue] Deaf & Hearing Impairment Mental Health Services

Mental Health Self Help Guides

There are self help guides available via app store or android app. This is called ‘Self Help’ See below image of how this looks on the app store. You can ... [continue] Mental Health Self Help Guides

Young People’s Mental Health Services

This May Help: This May Help has been created for parents and carers to help manage their child’s mental health for a range of issues including anxiety, deescalating anger and ... [continue] Young People’s Mental Health Services

Date published: 22nd August, 2022
Date last updated: 12th February, 2024