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Friday, September 12, 2014

Derby and Derbyshire

  • Amber Trust -Provides support services to adults with mental health 01773 742 051
  • B-You/Livewell – Derby city council helping people to lose weight, stop smoking get fitter for free
  • Citizen Advice Bureau – get advice on a wide range of topics, Derby 01332 228 700, Chesterfield 01246 209 164
  • Derbyshire Carers Association – support for people who are carers 01773 743 355
  • Derby City Council – website with links for: Asylum and Immigration; Benefits; Council Tax; Domesic Violence; Emergencies; Legal Advice; Trading Standards; Welfare Rights and Money Advice 01332 293 111
  • Derbyshire County Council – website with links for: as above
  • Derbyshire Friend – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender support and advocacy services 01332 207 704
  • Derbyshire Mind – working for improvement in local mental health services 01332 345966
  • Derby Substance Misuse Services – help and support with drugs and alcohol 0300 7900 265
  • Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service (DAAS) – help and support with substance misuse 0845 308 4010
  • First Step Derbyshire – helping people with eating disorder 01332 367 571
  • HIV/Aids – Derbyshire positive support services are intended for people who are HIV positive, their partners, families, friends and carers 01332 204 020
  • Libraries – Health and wellbeing books available see local council websites Derby and Derbyshire
  • Mental Health Action Group – dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental health problems 01332 345 966 ext 5
  • National Childbirth Trust – UK’s largest charity for parents
  • NHS Choices – this link will take you to the NHS home page
  • Red Cross – provides all kinds of support from emergency response here and overseas, first aid, health and social care to finding missing family members 01332 525 423
  • Rethink – mental health charity for people with mental health 0121 522 7007

For information on other providers in Derbyshire please visit http://www.hardwickccg.nhs.uk/emotional-wellbeing/

 Nottingham City

  • Age UK – Information or support on anything from health to housing From 50+ 0800 1692081
  • Base 51 – Supporting young people 12-25 years 0115 952 5040
  • Carers Federation – Help for people who are carers 0115 962 9369
  • Citizen Advice Bureau – Advice and support on a wide range of topics 0844 848 7997
  • Cruise – Supporting people with loss / Breavement 0844 4779400
  • Domestic Violence Support for Men – Domestic Violence telephone helpline 0808 8010327
  • First steps – Help and support for Nottingham students with eating disorder or difficulty 01332 367 571 info@firststepsnotts.co.uk
  • Framework – Helps 16+ with homelessness Central point of access 0800 0556184 Nottingham 01158 417711
  • Harmless – Telephone helpline helping others who self harm 01159 348445
  • ISAS (Incest & Sexual Abuse Survivors) – Support and advice for 16+ for men and woman 01158 240314
  • Last Orders – Helps and provides a range of alcohol services to adults regardless of severity 01159 709590
  • MIND – Gives help & Support for service users with Mental Health issues  0300 1233393
  • NCVS (Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service) – Helps and supports volunteers 01159 348400
  • Nightline – Helpline for students 01159 514985
  • Nottingham City Council – website with links for: Benefits, Council Tax; Domestic Violence; Emergencies; Legal Advice; Welfare Rights and Money Advice
  • Nottingham Drug and Alcohol Action Team – help and support with substance misuse 0115 941 8964
  • Nottingham Lesbian and Gay Service – 0115 934 84 85
  • Nottingham Rape Crisis Centre – Telephone helpline Mon & Tues 4pm – 7.30pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 1pm 01159 410440
  • Nottingham Refugee Forum – Voluntary organisation working with Asylum Seekers 01159 601230
  • Nottingham Sexual Assault Referral Centre – Advice and support for service users who have experienced rape / sexual assault 0845 600158
  • R.I.N (Recovery in Nottingham) – Provides support for problematic substance mis-use overseen by a consultant 0300 300 2200
  • Samaritans – National Helpline: 116123 Nottingham no: 01159 411111 Telephone Helpline national line open 24hrs Nottingham No. open 9am till 9:30pm mon-fri & 9am-1:30pm sat-sun
  • Victim Support – Telephone support 01158 445025
  • WAIS (Woman’s Aide Integrated Services) – Domestic Violence telephone helpline 0808 800340
  • Wellbeing + – Provides support for people with mental health issues 0115 924 802

 Nottinghamshire

  • Age UK – To enhance the quality of life and promote the health and wellbeing of all older people    0115 844 0011
  • Base 51 – Supporting young people 12-25 years 0115 952 5040
  • British Red Cross – Helping refugees and asylum seekers access essential services and adapt to life in a new country.  0115 850 5940
  • Change/Grow/Live – Help and support with substance misuse 0115 896 0798
  • Citizens Advice Bureau  – Free confidential impartial advice on finances, debt, benefit, housing or employment problems. 0844 499 4194
  • Cruse Bereavement Care – Offering support after bereavement 01623 404554
  • Framework – Charity dedicated to helping homeless people 0115 841 7711
  • Freed Beeches – Eating Disorders Service 01909479 922
  • HIV & AIDS – Nottinghamshire County Council Offering advice and support for people diagnosed with HIV and AIDS, and their carers 0300 500 8080
  • Nottinghamshire County Council – Benefits, Council Tax; Domestic Violence; Emergencies; Legal Advice; Welfare Rights and Money Advice 0300 500 8080
  • Nottinghamshire Carers Hub – Help for people who are carers 0115 8248 824
  • Nottinghamshire Lesbian and Gay Service  – Providing information & Support 0115 934 84 85
  • NRCC (Nottinghamshire Rape Crisis Centre)  – Supporting both male and female survivors (aged 13+) of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse. 0115 9410 440
  • Positive – Helping people with mental health problems complicated by deaf issues and identities. Email: amhdeafservices@nottshc.nhs.uk / 0115 985 9894
  • Talk to FRANK – Provides young people with the facts about drug use so they can make informed choices. 0800 77 66 00
  • Victim Support  – Supporting people affected by crime or traumatic events  08 08 16 89 111
  • WAIS (Women’s Aide Integrated Services) – For Women suffering Domestic Violence 24hr Helpline 0808 800 0340
  • YMCA  – Helping single homeless people aged 18 and over. 0115 837 1871

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