Mental Health and Wellbeing Support


Mental Health and Wellbeing Support for Adults

 


Mental Health and Wellbeing for Families, Children and Young Adults

 


2SLGBTQI Support

  • Out In The Bay – We support the local 2SLGBTQI community with free advice around drug and alcohol misuse, sexuality, sexual health and gender identity. We hold specialist 1:1 sessions and support groups and training. Our services are free and open to anyone not just the 2SLGBTQI community. Facebook: @LGB&T Out in the bay

 

Addiction Support

 

Alzheimers and Dementia

  • Admiral Nurses – Support for families living with dementia. For more information, please call them on: 0800 888 6678 9am-9pm weekdays and 9am-5pm weekends.
  • Alzheimer’s Society – Dementia and Alzheimer’s support with factsheets and helplines
  • Young Dementia UK – The dedicated national charity for younger people (under 65) with dementia and their families. Link to local groups and young dementia network on the website. https://www.youngdementiauk.org/

 

Bereavement and Suicide Support

 

Cancer Support

 

Domestic and Sexual Abuse

 

Eating Disorders

  • Beat Eating Disorders – Website offering support and advice for those suffering from eating disorders. Please see the BEAT website for more information.
  • Breathe Therapies – Offering early intervention, early access and the most appropriate and sufficient treatment for anyone in Preston and the North West who are experiencing Eating Disorder, Obesity, Mental Health or Wellbeing issues. The treatment arm of S.E.E.D. https://www.breathetherapies.co.uk .
  • S.E.E.D. – Support and Education for Eating Disorders – Offering information, advice, education and practical help for individuals suffering from Eating Disorders and their carers, serving Lancashire and the North West. http://www.seedlancashire.co.uk

 

Eye Care

  • Specsavers – Lancaster Specsavers is open for emergency and essential eye care, by appointment only. Please call 01524 842424 or email specsaverslancaster@gmail.com for more information

 

Learning Disabilities