Here you will find available information as to Mental Health Services in the Wolverhampton area such as the directory providing a map of mental health support services across Wolverhampton.
Mental Health Support Directory
For any enquires relating to mental Health Services in Wolverhampton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NHS mental health crisis helpline is run by Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is open to people of all ages – including children and young people.
Alongside those in crisis, for more common mental health problems such as low mood, depression, anxiety and stress people can self-refer to Healthy Minds / Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services.
Dudley Talking Therapies
0800 953 0404
Sandwell Healthy Minds
0303 033 9903
Walsall Talking Therapies
0800 953 0995
Wolverhampton Healthy Minds
0800 923 0222 or 01902 441 856
Please see attached leaflets for looking after your mental health:
Useful numbers / websites:
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Telephone number: 0345 146 1800
Crisis and Home Treatment Team at Penn Hospital
Telephone number: 01902 444141 the service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Wolverhampton Healthy Minds
Offering psychological therapy services from people experiencing mental health problems such as low mood, depression, Anxiety and stress.
For aged 16 or over, live in Wolverhampton or are registered in Wolverhampton or are registered with a Wolverhampton GP.
Assertive Outreach Team
The Assertive Outreach Team support towards recovery, providing assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, psychological and social support. Providing practical hands-on help which is central to our work, helping clients meet their aspirations in areas such as money, housing, education, and finding work.
Team based at Penn Hospital
Telephone number: 01902 444141
Big White Wall
Help with a wide range of mental health and wellbeing issues – from anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, relationship problems and lifestyle challenges.
Organisations can commission our Support Network services or Support Network plus Live Therapy.
Telephone number: 0203 405 6196
The principles of the Recovery College are to enable people with mental health challenges to have the same opportunities in life as everyone else.
Supporting people on their personal journey towards a meaningful and satisfying life, where hope, opportunity and choice are the key elements.
Adult Education College
Offer course that provide opportunities to improve mental health and general well – being and courses to help you get a job, become self – employed or get on at work.
Telephone: 01902 558180
Neurodevelopmental Assessment Diagnosis and Review (ASD & ADHD)
Is a service led by two highly qualified consultant psychiatrists and team of specialist nurses, occupational therapists and psychiatrists with experience in the assessment and management of adults with neurodevelopmental disorders. The service works with individuals with ASD and ADHD.
Referrals can be made to the service through your GP, though enquires must be made by calling:
Telephone number: 01384 325055 (enquiries)
Provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problems. Contact www.mind.org.uk
Help for suicidal thoughts
If you're feeling like you want to die, it's important to tell someone.
Help and support is available right now if you need it. You don't have to struggle with difficult feelings alone.
The NHS website lists all the helplines available to you. You can view them here