Mental and emotional health
Our mental and emotional wellbeing is constantly challenged through everyday activity, and can be put under stress when faced with things like:
- health problems
- financial and personal security
- job loss
- family breakdown
- academic demands
- relationship difficulties and parenting roles
It is natural for mental and emotional wellbeing to change in response to life-changing events.
People react differently and it is important to recognize that these experiences can have an impact on how we feel, think, behave and function every day.
The complete state of wellbeing allows people to cope with the problems life throws at them, work better, and make greater contributions to their communities.
For information on staying healthy, coping, and what to do if you are struggling or worried about someone you know, go to Livewell – Healthy minds .
Where to get help
Wellbeing service are a team of wellbeing workers and practitioners who offer support to help with mental and emotional wellbeing, healthy living and maintaining independence. To get help call 01472 325500 or complete our wellbeing service referral .
Family Hubs bring together family support services including Surestart children’s centres, health visiting, school nursing, integrated family services and some youth provision. They work across community clusters and work with other partners and the community to offer services for children and young people aged 0 to 19 and their families.
Kooth is a safe, confidential and non-stigmatized way for young people to receive free counselling, advice and support online. They have qualified counsellors, available until 10 pm each night, and weekends from 6pm to 10pm, 365 days per year.
The Feelings First Partnership – Help for people aged between 11 and 25 with panic attacks, stress, and anxiety. The Partnership helps to reduce stress, tackle anxiety and explore your emotions, thoughts and behaviour. The service is free and each session lasts for an hour. For more information call (01472) 323220.
YMCA are a youth charity that specialises in support our young people into education, employment or training and help them with health, substance and financial problems.
The Foyer is a service for young people making the transition from adolescence to independent adulthood.
Young Minds Matter provide emotional wellbeing advice and specialist mental health services for young people in North East Lincolnshire.
Open Minds offer care and support for people aged 16 and over who are experiencing common mental health problems such as stress, depression and anxiety. You call them on 01472 625100.
Open Door – Open Door provides a safe and welcoming environment at the heart of East Marsh, offering health care, social support services, information, advice and guidance.
Childline give support, information and advice for children on any topic they want to talk about – bullying, gangs, puberty, sexual abuse, alcohol, drugs, or anything else that worries them. Call them on 0800 1111.
Mind offer confidential advice and help for people with mental health problems 0845 766 0163.
Cruse day by day – Help and support for people who are bereaved. Cruse also offer a special line for young people on 0808 808 1677 or 0844 477 9400.
Women’s Aid – National Domestic Violence 24-hour helpline for those who require an urgent response or need in-depth support. The helpline is run by Women’s Aid and Refuge is 0808 2000 247.