When you’re managing a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information and support is vital.
We provide a range of services and groups to support people with their mental health and wellbeing.
Adult Community Support
Mental health support for adults age 25+, providing time limited interventions including, one to one support, group work, personal development courses and training.
A community engagement project that primarily supports customers of Orbit housing association who are experiencing mental health issues.
A range of support for carers over the age of 16 who care for people living with, or recovering from mental ill health.
Support for people in Norfolk & Waveney who have been bereaved or affected by suicide and/or experienced complex bereavement during the pandemic.
Crisis Intervention Support Line
A free telephone support helpline to anyone over the age of 16 years who is receiving support or who is caring for someone receiving support from the Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust or Wellbeing Service in Norfolk.
Holly Tree House
A short term residential recovery programme for people experiencing complex and enduring challenges to their mental health. Providing immediate, community-based crisis support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in a supportive environment.
The Lighthouse Project is to empower, educate and support communities/individuals across East and North Norfolk to raise awareness and help prevent suicide.
Lily is a service from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk that helps adults in West Norfolk develop friendships and engage in their community.
Low Cost Counselling
A self-funded charitable service, offering both long (up to 1 year) & short-term counselling to members of the general public. The Low Cost Counselling Service is a volunteer service delivered by majority trainees.
With over ten years' teaching experience, we offer a range of Mindfulness courses and workshops to the public and workplaces to build resilience to recurrent depression and stress and cultivate greater wellbeing.
Nature Connect is an exciting new project funded by the Co-Op Resilience Fund
The Norfolk Integrated Housing and Community Support Service supports adults (aged over 18) with severe and enduring mental health needs, including individuals with complex needs.
Social prescribing could be helpful if you are out of work, have money problems, feel lonely, or have a physical health problem.
Social Community Groups
Our social development activities give you the opportunity to meet people and learn new skills in a safe and supportive setting with other people you can relate to.
Support for people from minority groups
Based on the 5 Ways to Wellbeing model, this service provides support to people with mental ill-health from black minority ethnic groups and emerging communities.
Providing mental health training for education providers, individuals and organisations.
Whether it’s you, someone in your family, a friend or a work colleague, we are here to support you.
Not sure which service is right for you?
Call us on 0300 330 5488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org where you will be met by a Recovery Triage Operator who will support you to find the service or intervention that is right for you.