If you want to take further steps to look after your mental health, or support a friend or loved one, you can get more ideas and help from these places.
Providing a range of practical mental health and wellbeing information, support and advice for adults in Rotherham. Their Wellness Hive is packed with wellbeing top-tips, downloadable resources and online activities to help you take notice of your thoughts, feelings and the world around you and, ultimately, be the best version of yourself – both mentally and physically.
We all have mental health, just like we have physical health, and it’s important we take steps to look after it. The Five Ways to Wellbeing are easy, everyday ways to do this that can be incorporated into our daily lives almost straight away.
This NHS service helps children and young people with their mental health via a team of support workers operating in and near to Rotherham schools and colleges. The team help enhance support already in place from school counsellors, nurses, educational psychologists and the voluntary sector to treat those with mild to moderate mental health issues in school. They can also help children and young people with more severe needs to access the right support and provide a link to specialist NHS services.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Rotherham
Provide advice and support to children and young people, and to their families and carers. Where the need is identified, they also offer mental health assessments, therapy and interventions for children and young people.
Increasing people’s confidence in talking about suicide to reduce the number of lives lost in Rotherham. If you’re worried that someone is going to kill themself, it can feel hard to talk about. But YOU could be the person who makes a difference.
Information about a range of support provided by the Council and its voluntary sector partners is available in the Keeping Well in Rotherham section of our website. This includes help for older people, Citizens Advice, special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), adult neurodiversity, domestic abuse and homelessness.