Mental health and wellbeing

Sheffield Mental Health GuideThe Sheffield Mental Health Guide has details of local support services, peer support and resources in Sheffield.

Sheffield Mental Health Guide.

You’ll find details of local support groups, events and activities, along with an A to Z of mental health, and lots of advice on your wellbeing.

You can find out about regular activities including Springboard social cafes, social and support groups including singing, gardening, walking and art groups and much more. All these activities are places where you can feel safe, meet people and talk with others who share your experiences.

The website is run by Sheffield Flourish. You can visit their website to find out more about them and their volunteering opportunities. You can also ring Flourish on (0114) 273 7009 if you need help being sign posted to the right support for you.

If you or someone else is in immediate risk of serious harm or injury, you should call the emergency services by dialling 999.

Sheffield Rethink Helpline

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, offering advice to anyone struggling with their mental health.

Call: 0808 801 0440 (landline and mobile calls are free).

Local NHS services

If you are not currently supported by a local NHS service contact your GP for advice and support.

Sheffield Health and Social Care (SHSC) NHS Foundation Trust

If you already receive support from The Trust, and you’re in a mental health crisis and need urgent help, contact your Care Co-Ordinator straight away. If your service is closed for the day, or you do not currently receive support from the Trust, and you need urgent help contact the NHS Single Point of Access.

SHSC Trust: Sheffield Single Point of Access (SPA).

Call: (0114) 226 3636.

You can talk in confidence to your GP about your mental health. Talking to a doctor can be difficult, so before your appointment read the Mental Health Foundation's free guide about how they can help you. 

Mental Health Foundation: Talk to your GP about your mental health.

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies for anxiety and depression

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies is the new name for the IAPT service. They provide self-help advice, 1-to-1 or group treatments delivered over the phone or online based on what is right for you following an assessment with a clinician from the service.

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies: How we can help.

The NHS mental health advice pages have practical information, interactive tools, and videos to help you to feel better. You can take a quiz to measure your mood, or listen to the free audio guides on how to understand how low mood and depression, stress and anger can affect you. You can get also advice and details of helplines and services.

NHS: Mental health advice.

They also have a web page where you can listen to audio guides to help boost your mood.

NHS: Mental wellbeing audio guides.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) treats children and young people with a range of difficulties that are seriously impacting on their mental health and emotional wellbeing. You can be referred to the Community CAMHS teams by your GP, social worker, educational psychologist, paediatrician or Council Children and Families Team.

Sheffield Children's Hospital: CAMHS.

Sheffield Support Hub

The Sheffield Support Hub is a new service in Sheffield based at 44 Bank Street in the city centre. The Hub is open for you to drop in Monday, Thursday and Friday, 6 pm to midnight, Saturday-Sunday, 2 pm to midnight. It offers free mental health support in a welcoming, comfortable, non-judgmental, and non-clinical environment.

Mental health matters: Sheffield Support Hub.

Call: 07890 987 384.

Email: sheffieldsupporthub.mhm@nhs.net (during hub opening hours).

Professionals: Referral form. Email the form to: sheffieldsupporthub.mhm@nhs.net.

MIND Sheffield

MIND provides lots of advice about mental health conditions, treatments and services, links to self-help resources and support for people to help them become more resilient and cope positively in the future.

Services they provide include:

  • practical and emotional support.
  • counselling and therapy services including talking therapy, art and movement therapy for women and walking therapy.
  • peer support.
  • anger management for both men and women.
  • Magpies hoarding support.
  • annual health checks.
  • community connectors, connecting you to the best local support.
  • bereavement counselling.
  • coffee mornings including the Kaleidoscope cafe for the LGBTQ+ community and the Rainbow Heron cafe for younger people.
  • ManKind men's social group.

Sheffield MIND: Mental health support.

Call: (0114) 258 4489.

Email: info@sheffieldmind.co.uk.

The national MIND charity also has a lot of advice about getting support.

Mind: Information and support.

1 in 4 people each year experience anxiety, stress or depression. There are organisations in Sheffield that are here support you.

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies for anxiety and depression

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies is the new name for the IAPT service. They provide self-help advice, 1-to-1 or group treatments delivered over the phone or online based on what is right for you following an assessment with a clinician from the service.

NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies: How we can help.

Sheffield MIND provides a range of self-help materials to help with anxiety, stress and depression. They also provide counselling and therapy services and practical and emotional support.

Sheffield MIND: Mental health support.

Call: (0114) 258 4489.

Email: info@sheffieldmind.co.uk.

The national MIND charity also has a lot of advice about getting support.

MIND: Information and support.

No Panic Sheffield is a voluntary organisation that provides twice weekly self-help support groups for people who have anxiety, depression and low mood.

No Panic Sheffield: Peer Support Groups for people with mental health conditions.

Call: 07505 712164.

Anxiety UK offers therapy and advice for people living with anxiety.

Anxiety UK: Get help.

Call: 03444 775 774.

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