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Please read the information in the link below about Talking Helps response to COVID-19

Important Notice: Talking Helps Newcastle response to COVID-19 (coronavirus).

 

We have compiled this varied list of resources which we hope will be helpful to support your mental wellbeing or to signpost you to other relevant services.

Mental Health Awareness Week 10-16 May, 2021 - 'Nature' - Some local resources

Information Now have a diary filled with events that promote wellbeing specifically in Newcastle including outdoor workouts, walks, and meditation.

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Ecotherapy is a growing movement to connect the mind with nature. Urban Green Newcastle provides information on parks an allotments in Newcastle and provide events and resources to promote wellbeing outdoors.

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Ouseburn Farm in the heart of Newcastle are a registered charity, providing a "community-spirited place where learning, enrichment and personal growth are offered freely to whoever needs it."

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Scotswood Garden are a community garden you can get involved in. They run wellbeing projects that you can get involved in like 'Growing Together', 'Elderberries' (for those 55+), and 'Gardening for Dementia'.

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COVID-19

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Recovery College: Coping During the Pandemic Course

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#Coronanxiety Support & Resources

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Cruse Bereavement Care, Coronavirus: Dealing with bereavement and grief

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Coronavirus Social Story

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Mind: Coronavirus and Your Wellbeing

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BBC: Coronavirus and How to protect your mental health

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CDC: Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

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CNTW Northern Mental Health Support:

A hub of resources/helplines around how to maintain your mental health, exercise, socialising (at a distance), financial problems during COVID-19

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Workbooks:

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Crisis Services

Samaritans

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Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team – Newcastle and Gateshead

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Self-Help

NTW Self-Help Leaflets

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Get Self Help

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CCI Self Help Resources

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Women's Mental Health Support

Tyneside Women's Health

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West End Women & Girls Centre

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Newcastle Womens Aid

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The Angelou Centre

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Men's Mental Health Support

Campaign Against Living Miserably

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Be A Game Changer

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Men's Health Forum

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Young People's Mental Health Support

Streetwise

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Newcastle University: Student and Staff Wellbeing

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Northumbria University: Support for Students

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Other Mental Health Services

Recovery College Newcastle

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Mind

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Specialist Support

Hearing Voices

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NIWE Eating Distress Service

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Rape Crisis

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Victim's First Northumbria

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Addictions Support

Newcastle Treatment and Recovery (NTaR)

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Alcoholics Anonymous

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Changing Lives

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General Advice

BBC Health

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GOV.uk

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NHS Choices

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NHS Approved apps

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MIND - 8 top tips for relaxation

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Every Mind Matters

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What to expect

Find out more information about our service and what you can expect from the process here.

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What we offer

There are a large range of therapies available to help you within our service. You can read more about the techniques we use here.

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Courses

We have a range of courses available as part of our service. Click the link below to find out more.

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Frequently asked questions

It is common to have many questions about our service, we have answered many of the common questions here.

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Disclaimer

Talking Helps Newcastle is not liable for the contents of any external internet sites listed, nor does it endorse any commercial product or service mentioned or advised on any of the sites. Always consult your own GP or ourselves if you’re in any way concerned about your emotional wellbeing.