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Anxiety UK provides help and support for all types of anxiety conditions. They work to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy. They can provide support and help if you’ve been diagnosed with, or suspect you may have an anxiety condition.

T: 03444 775 774
E: support@anxietyuk.org.uk
W: anxietyuk.org.uk

ASSIST Trauma Care is a specialist Organisation offering therapeutic help to adults and children, individuals and families, affected by a wide range of traumatic occurrences. ASSIST therapists have been trained to use evidence-based models to help sufferers rebuild their lives and move on following a traumatic experience that has impacted them. They also have specialist Outreach Therapists located across England and Wales who may be able to provide more local help in some cases. ASSIST therapists work with both the symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and also with Traumatic Bereavement and Grief.

T: 01788 560800
E: admin@assisttraumacare.org.uk
E: Online form
W: assisttraumacare.org.uk

Bereavement Advice Centre is a free helpline and web-based information service provided by Co-op Legal Services. They provide practical information, advice and signposting on the many issues and procedures that face us after the death of someone close.

T: 0800 6349494
W: bereavementadvice.org

Brake’s National Road Victim Service is a specialist service for people affected by road death and serious injury and the professionals supporting them. They have a nationally accredited helpline providing emotional and practical support to people affected by road crashes. They help bereaved and seriously injured road crash victims cope with their grief, deal with bewildering practical matters and access the help they need.

T: 0808 8000401
E: help@brake.org.uk
W: brake.org.uk

Campaign Against Living Miserably is taking a stand against suicide. That means standing up to stereotypes and standing together to show life is always worth living.

T: 0800 585858
E: webchat
W: thecalmzone.net

When a patient experiences a major trauma it is not just them who are affected. The patients whole support network has to cope with stresses and challenges that come with lengthy hospital stays and rehabilitation.

Care for the Family is a national family run charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties. For over 25 years they have provided parenting, relationship and bereavement support through their events, resources, courses, training and volunteer networks.

T: 02920 810800
W: careforthefamily.org.uk
E: mail@cff.org.uk

Centre 70 supports adults who are facing social, mental, financial or other personal difficulties through a holistic programme of free and affordable services including: Advice, Counselling, Training and Advocacy. They support the local community at a centre in West Norwood, as well as a range of outreach locations in Lambeth and other London boroughs.

T: 020 8670 0070
E: enquiries@centre70.org.uk
E: Online form
W: centre70.org.uk

Child Bereavement UK helps children and young people (up to age 25), parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. We also provide training to professionals, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families.

T: 0800 02 888 40
W: childbereavementuk.org
E: helpline@childbereavementuk.org

Surrey County Council and the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups have commissioned three local organisations to provide emotional and wellbeing support services in local communities around Surrey. These organisations are Mary Frances Trust, The Welcome Project and Richmond Fellowship. Contact details for each organisation is available on the Community Connection Surrey website.

These organisations offer first class mental health services by way of one to one support, support groups and activities. The Community Connection Surrey services can be accessed by anyone over 16 who wants to receive support for their emotional wellbeing. The service accepts self referrals, GP referrals and referrals from Mental Health professionals, e.g. Community Mental Health Recovery Services (CMHRS).

CornerHouse supports people aged 18+ who are dealing with a wide range of mental health issues by supporting independence and promoting recovery.

Their aim is to support people to improve their mental health and empower them to make wellbeing choices. They run regular mindfulness sessions, a Young Persons Group (age 18-25) and a Walking for Health walk. They help people in Woking, Runnymede and Spelthorne. The Woking Safe Haven is available out of hours for crisis support.

T: 01483 757461 / 07902 426961
W: cornerhousewoking.org.uk

Cruse offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people. Cruse offers face-to-face, telephone, email and website support.

T: 0808 808 1677
W: cruse.org.uk
E: hopeagain@cruse.org.uk

IESO is improving the accessibility, affordability and quality of healthcare for people with mental health conditions through a unison of People, Process and Technology. Therapists deliver cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to patients in real-time through written conversation online, using a secure virtual therapy room. Therapy is confidential and discreet, accessible from their computer, tablet or smartphone.

T: 0800 074 5560
E: info@iesohealth.com
W: iesohealth.com

Supporting trans, non-binary and gender diverse children, young people (up to 20 y/o) and their families.

Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Mind empower people to understand their condition and the choices available to them through their website, their general support line and their legal line which provides information on mental health related law.

T: 0300 1233393
E: info@mind.org.uk
W: mind.org.uk

Suicide prevention is everyone’s business. The National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA) is an alliance of public, private and voluntary organisations in England who care about suicide prevention and are willing to take individual and collective action to reduce suicide and self-harm, and support those bereaved or affected by suicide.
UK charity dedicated to the prevention of suicide and the promotion of positive mental health and emotional wellbeing in young people.

T: 0800 068 4141
E: pat@papyrus-uk.org
W: papyrus-uk.org

Our mission is to deliver a better life for people severely affected by mental illness through a network of groups, services and advice lines. Our goal is to make sure everyone severely affected by mental illness has a good quality of life.

T: 01215227007
W: rethink.org

Richmond Wellbeing Services provides free and confidential talking therapies and specialist support to make people feel better. As long as you have a GP within the Borough of Richmond you can self refer or be referred via a GP.

There are many types of problems they help with, including low mood, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, post traumatic stress disorder and living with long term health conditions. Support is given by one on one support and group seminar and courses.

T: 020 8548 5550
E: elt-tr.richmondwellbeingservice@nhs.net
W: richmondwellbeingservice.nhs.uk

Road peace provide information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road traffic collisions and engage in evidence based policy and campaigning work to fight for justice for victims and reduce road danger.

T: 0845 4500 355
W: roadpeace.org
E: info@roadpeace.org

We work to secure the best outcomes for people with mental illness, learning difficulties and developmental disorders by promoting excellent mental health services, training outstanding psychiatrists, promoting quality and research, setting standards and being the voice of psychiatry.

The Samaritans provide confidential, caring emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who have feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Call the national helpline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

T: 116 123
E: jo@samaritans.org
W: samaritans.org

SCARD offer year-round support to the families and friends of those lost in road related accidents. From one-to-one counselling and emotional support, to legal assistance and general help with all those questions and worries associated with tragic events.

T: 01924 562252
E: info@scard.org.uk
W: scard.org.uk

Shout is a free, confidential, 24/7 text support service for anyone in the UK who is struggling to cope. To start a conversation, text the word 'SHOUT' to 85258. Our trained volunteers are here to listen at any time of day or night, and messages won't appear on your phone bill.

T: text the word 'SHOUT' to 85258
W: giveusashout.org

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) is a large organisation that many counsellors around the UK are registered with. They're not only a charity but also an accrediting body that set certain standards and codes of ethics for counsellors and psychotherapists to adhere to. If counsellors are accredited by the BACP it means they have completed a substantial level of training and experience approved by the Association. Information on types of therapy and a ‘counsellor search’ is available on their website. Most make charges for their services.

T: 01455 883300
E: bacp@bacp.co.uk
W: bacp.co.uk

Victim Support help anyone affected by crime, not only those who experience it directly, but also their friends, family and any other people involved. It doesn’t matter when the crime took place- you can get support any time, and for however long you need. They provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for people affected by crime and traumatic events- regardless of whether you have reported the crime to the police.

T: 0808 1689 111
W: victimsupport.org.uk

We are with you is a team of friendly, professional mental health practitioners and counsellors based all over Kent, Medway, Surrey and the London Borough of Merton, offering a wide range of effective treatments and talking therapies that will support you to understand and manage your mental health problem, so you can start to live a full and positive life again.

We are with you treats patients over the age of 18, with common mental health issues. All their treatments are free and confidential. They offer therapy groups, practical workshops, one-to-one counselling, telephone support, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and online therapy.

We are with you also provides help and support to families and carers with a friend or a loved one who is suffering from a mental health problem. They understand this can have a significant impact on relationships and the quality of life of everyone involved. They are here to help family and friends cope and offer ways in which they can support their loved one towards a speedy recovery.

T: 020 8548 5550
W: wearewithyou.org.uk

Work Stress Solutions is a charity based in Epsom, Surrey which offers employment and pre-employment assistance, and a range of stress-reduction and assertiveness courses to anyone over the age of 16 who need support with their lives.

Their aim is to enable clients to experience a sense of personal achievement in a supportive environment that focuses on self-fulfilment. They run classes on Building Confidence & Assertiveness, Mindfulness, Creative Writing and IT. These are all aimed at enriching people’s lives, supporting them to achieve balance and take steps towards employment, voluntary work or education.

T: 07759 303 225
E: hello@workstresssolutions.org.uk
W: workstresssolutions.org.uk