Mental health services available to young people up to 25 in Gloucestershire
GIDS can support you if you're struggling with issues around your gender identity. You'll need a referral from a health, education or social care professional, including your GP. For under 18s.
If you're seeking asylum or have refugee status and you live in Gloucestershire, GARAS is a safe space to find information and advice, and get support through trauma counselling. GARAS is open for drop-ins on: - Monday 10am to 4pm, Wednesday 10am to 4pm and Friday 10am to 4pm. Appointments can be made on Tuesdays and Thursdays and telephone enquiries can be made during normal office hours - please call 01452 550528.
The team provides anonymous and confidential person-centred wellbeing support through telephone, text or webchat. The team will listen to you and help you navigate the most useful support for you at that time – whether this be emotional and or practical support. The team can access a wide variety of online self-care tools and resources, which they can explore with you. Chat online, call them on 0808 801 0606 or text 07537 410 022 everyday from 2pm to 9pm.
An 8-week course you can take to get support if you live in Gloucestershire and someone you love has died by suicide. It's a group course, so you'll meet others who have been through something similar. For ages 18 and over.
If you're struggling because someone you care about has died, the Grieftalk helpline is here to help. You can talk to them confidentially about whatever's on your mind. Call 0808 802 0111 from Monday to Friday, 9am to 9pm.
It can be really useful to meet others who have gone through something similar to what you have. GRASAC runs group activities for people who have survived sexual assault or abuse. Call 01452 305421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information.
CBT helps you to manage how you're feeling by making changes to the way you think and behave. Let's Talk offers guides, courses and support to help you learn CBT. For ages 18 and over. Call Let's Talk on 0800 073 2200.
If you're struggling because someone you know has died, Hope Again's trained volunteers can listen and support you. Send them an email, or phone them on 0808 808 1677. The phone line is open Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm.
If you’ve been sexually assaulted or raped, Hope House can help you with medical care, emotional and psychological support, and practical help. Call 0300 421 8400 at any time of day or night.
If you're having suicidal thoughts and feelings, HOPELINEUK is there to listen. They can give you confidential support and practical advice. For ages 35 and under. You can email them, or: - call 0800 068 4141 - text 07860 039 967 They're open everyday, from 9am to 12am.