Let's Talk-Wellbeing is a service that provides psychological therapies (talking therapies) for people experiencing common difficulties including depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), trauma and stress.
This service is available to adults 18 and over.
Insight Healthcare’s Talking Therapies provides help for people with anxiety, depression and other similar difficulties. The service is free; funded by the NHS.
The service is available to anyone living in the county who is aged 18 and above.
The service provides help for people experiencing common difficulties such as:
Trent PTS is an approved NHS provider of psychological therapies. They are commissioned to provide free, flexible, responsive and accessible high quality psychological therapy service. They provide treatment for: depression, anxiety, loss, grief, trauma relationship problems and many other conditions.
You can access the service if you are registered with a GP. If you are not certain use their online self referral form, select your area and check if your GP is on the list or ring on one of our local numbers below and we will advise you of services available to you
Turning Point will be joining our group of IAPT providers from the 1st April 2017.
Turning Point Talking Therapies provide proven support:
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
You can contact them on 0300 555 0456, or email them to refer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ChangePoint Nottinghamshire is an evidence based lifestyle weight management programme designed to help you manage your weight and live a healthier life.
CRI help vulnerable adults and young people to understand the risks their drug or alcohol use pose to their health and wellbeing, and support them to reduce or stop their use safely. Once stability or abstinence has been achieved, we provide aftercare to help maintain recovery and prevent the possibility of a relapse.
They also work with families, children and carers who are affected by the drug or alcohol use of a family member or friend.
The helpline number for the service is 0800 246 5343 or 0115 772 2515. The Helpline is manned Monday to Friday 9-5.30
You can also contact the service by email email@example.com or text: QUIT to 66777
From 1 October 2014 people who are eligible for NHS continuing health care, including children and young people have had the right to be considered for a personal health budget. For more information about NHS continuing healthcare including who is eligible please use the following link
In addition, the right to be considered for a personal health budget is part of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice published by the Department of Education. Under the Code of Practice, children and young people with additional needs have the right to have a single plan across education, health and social care with the possibility of taking some of their support as an integrated personal budget which can include NHS resources. For more information about the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice please use the following link
Nottshelpyourself website makes it easy for you to find information about a whole range of organisations and services including:
You can filter the information using a range of options including the type of service you're interested in, the location of that service, the age group it provides for, or any particular type of need or disability.
The website is compatible with smart phones and tablets, so you can find information when you're on the move. Those without a computer can also access the information in local libraries or children’s centres or by phoning the Customer Service Centre on 0300 500 80 80.
The Health for Teens website, developed by Nottinghamshire County Council Public Health in partnership with Notts NHS Healthcare Trust, is now available for young people to access support for their emotional and physical health and wellbeing.
The website links young people to appropriate local health and wellbeing services, and supports young people to manage their health and wellbeing. It features interactive content, films and quizzes written by experts and includes topics as wide ranging as exam stress to anger management, and from spots to alcohol.