Mental Health Support

Student/Parent Support

Mental Health

Open Minds Doncaster

Work to prevent exclusion from therapeutic services by prioritising accessibility and client-centredness in their services.

By providing one to one and group counselling,  and personal development training and volunteering opportunities to adults and children aged 8 and over who would otherwise be excluded from such services.

https://www.counsellingdoncaster.com/

Talking Shop Doncaster

Talking Shop is a new and innovative venture that will make psychological therapy accessible and available to the community. You can drop into the new town centre shop and access the following services:

• Specialist books and leaflets on how to manage mental health problems and emotional distress

• Information on what services are available in the community

• Appointment-led clinics for service users

• Free use of computers with internet access to computerised psychotherapy and information sites

• Informal advice in person from a mental health worker.

https://www.rdash.nhs.uk/21690/talking-shop/

Doncaster – The Talking Shop
63 Hall Gate,
Doncaster
DN1 3PB

Phone: 01302 565650

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

The Doncaster child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) provides assessment, interventions and support to children, young people and their families who are suffering from significant mental health or behavioural problems.

Referrals to CAMHS can be made through your GP. 

Adult Community Mental Health Service

Doncaster Access Team

We provide an initial assessment of all specialist mental health referrals to identify individual need and the most appropriate service to meet that need.

The team also incorporates the crisis resolution and home treatment functions.

The team consists of community psychiatric nurses, social workers, approved mental health professionals, assessment officers, consultant psychiatrists and psychological therapists.

Useful information

About your appointment with the Access Team

Your plan of care with the Access Team

Information for service users and carers

About the home treatment service

A range of useful self-help leaflets is available from the Northumberland Tyne and Weir NHS Foundation Trust website

Contact us

Address: Opal Centre, Tickhill Road Site, Weston Road, Balby, Doncaster DN4 8QN

Telephone: (01302) 798400, Fax (01302) 798106

Got something to say? Tell us

Your views are important to us and your feedback is key to shaping and enhancing the services we provide.

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Doncaster Family Hubs

designed to bring services together to work with families from conception, through childhood and into adolescents (0 to 18 yrs and 25yrs SEND) to deliver an integrated local offer

What are Family Hubs in Doncaster?

Doncaster family hubs are the ‘place to go’. We work with other providers to offer a range of activities, services and information for you and your family.

Families are welcome with children of all ages from conception, through childhood to adolescence and even older if your child has a special need.

Think of any service you may need from daycare and early learning to schools and education; from midwives to health visitors and mental health; from advice on parenting to family support and adult learning to employment opportunities.

There are 12 Family Hubs across Doncaster we also deliver activities in other places too.  Look on the link below to find out what’s on offer in a family hubs near you.

Central: Central; Balby; Wheatley; Cantley; Bessacarr; Intake and Belle Vue
North; Bentley; Adwick; Askern; Carcroft; Highfields; Scawsby; Sprotbrough
East; Armthorpe; Stainforth; Moorends; Dunscroft;  Hatfield; Barnby Dun; Edenthorpe; Kirk Sandall and Thorne
South: Conisbrough; Denaby; Rossington; Mexborough; Edlington; Finningley; Torne Valley 

Rossington Family Hub


Address:
Rossington Family Hub
Grantham Street
Rossington
Doncaster
DN11 0TA

Opening Times:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 5pm
Friday: 8:30am – 4.30pm

Contact Number: 01302 863686
Facebook: Rossington Family Hub <br>Locality Manager – Julie Magee julie.magee@doncaster.gov.uk

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KOOTH

Kooth is a free online counselling, and emotional well-being platform for young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop.

Offering support and advice in the flowing ways:

·         Drop in chats

·         Booked 1:1 sessions

·         Themed message forums and lots more…

Kooth provides free, safe and anonymous online support for young people, covering a number of issues including:

·         Feeling low

·         Being abused

·         Relationships

·         Bullying

·         Eating Disorders

·         Sexuality


Visit the website for further information – www.kooth.com  

The Samaritans 

The Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

You can contact them by calling: 116 123 (this is a FREE number), or visit one of the branches below:

National text number: 07725 90 90 90 – Please be aware that there is an average reply time of 2 hours 30 minutes.

Visit the website for further information – http://www.samaritans.org/

ESCAYP

ESCAYP is available for young people up to the age of 21, offering a supportive environment in which they feel secure and safe, therefore enabling them to explore their issues. We work alongside existing agencies where appropriate and with consent.

Our counsellors can help with issues including;

If you would like to refer yourself for help or counselling please use our Referral form, or fill in the form on our website.

Visit the website for further information: http://www.escayp.org.uk/

Rethink Mental Illness

About Rethink Mental Illness

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Welcome to Rethink Mental Illness. We help millions of people affected by mental illness by challenging attitudes, changing lives. Here is just a selection about what we do, and what it means for you.

Advice and information

We provide expert, accredited advice and information to everyone affected by mental health problems. When mental illness first hits you or your family, it can be hard to know who or what to trust. We give people clear, relevant information on everything from treatment and care to benefits and employment rights. We were the first mental health charity to gain the Information Standard for our trusted and relevant information.

Services and groups

We have over 200 mental health services and 150 support groups across England. From psychological therapies and Crisis and Recovery Houses to peer support groups and housing services, we directly help thousands of people every year across England. Find out what we have near you. Over 90% of people using our services say they are respected, listened to and get the right kind of support. If you want support online instead, go to our pages on Facebook and Twitter. It’s easy to find a good supportive chat or lively debate going on every single day.

Campaigning

We campaign nationally for policy change, and locally for the support people need. We have changed the law to improve life for millions of people with mental health problems and we are changing public attitudes through the Time to Change campaign, which we lead in partnership with Mind.

Rethink Advice And Information Service

0300 5000 927

The Rethink Mental Illness Advice Service offers practical help on issues such as the Mental Health Act, community care, welfare benefits, debt, criminal justice and carers rights. They also offer general help on living with mental illness, medication, care and treatment.

The line is open from 9:30am – 4pm

Monday to Friday.

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What we do

Doncaster Mind provides a range of services and support to people experiencing, or vulnerable to mental ill health.

If you are looking for support but not sure which service or support is right, or you would like some information to support a family member or friend then we do offer appointments with a member of staff who will meet with you on a one to one basis to discuss our services and the options available to you.

However if you know which service or support you require please click on the relevant page on the left hand side.

If you would like an appointment you can either telephone or email us on the numbers below.

Telephone: 01302 812190  or 01302 812505

Email: office@doncastermind.org.uk

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Other useful websites offering support and advice

www.mind.org.uk – We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.

www.sane.org.uk – We are a UK-wide charity working to improve the quality of life for people affected by mental illness

www.childline.org.uk – 24 hour free confidential helpline for children and young people (0800 11 11)

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Changing Lives

The centre develops preventative mental health work with women. Services offered include individual support, counselling, group services, workshops, training and outreach work.

Address: Oracle House 2-5
Princes Street
Doncaster
South Yorkshire
DN1 3NJ

 Landline: 01302 309800

 Email: Doncaster-info@changing-lives.org.uk

https://www.changing-lives.org.uk/

Bereavement and Loss

Cruse 

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We 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. We have a Freephone national helpline and local services, and a website (hopeagain.org.uk) specifically for children and young people. Our services are provided by our network of 5,000 trained volunteers and are confidential and free. Cruse also provides training and consultancy for external organisations and for those who may encounter bereaved people in the course of their work.

https://www.cruse.org.uk/children

NHS

Advice and support to help you get through the loss of someone important to you. A bereavement counsellor explains what bereavement is, how to cope, and where to go for help and support.

Visit the website for further information –  https://www.nhs.uk/livewell/bereavement/Pages/bereavement.aspx

Other useful websites offering support and advice