Mental Health Support Services in Nottingham

Mental Health Support Services in Nottingham

Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helplines

The crisis line number is 0808 196 3779 and is available to anyone in mental health crisis at anytime 24/7, anywhere across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

In addition anyone who needs emotional support or information about what help is available locally can call the Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline on 0300 555 0730 (open 9am-11pm 7 days a week)

Primary care psychological therapy services

Talking therapies (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or counselling) help the following common mental health conditions (and more). No referral needed as they work on a self-referral basis, and are available free on the NHS.

    • Anxiety.
    • Anger management.
    • Depression.
    • Eating disorder (currently stable or as a secondary diagnosis).
    • Obsessive compulsive disorder.
    • Panic disorder.
    • Phobias.
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder.

Information about CBT:

Local talking therapy providers are:

Insight Healthcare 0300 555 5582 

Trent PTS 0115 8963160

Let’s Talk Wellbeing 0115 956 0888


Centre for Clinical Interventions

Written by Clinical Psychologists giving great advice over seventeen different areas including anxiety, depression, panic and sleep with very detailed information sheets, workbooks and worksheets.

Locality Mental Health Team (secondary mental health services)

If you are already open to the LMHT they have a duty worker daily for urgent issues and ring 0300 3000065 to access the crisis team from 17:00-09:00 weekdays and 24 hours at weekends/bank holidays.


Offers services to people who self-harm, and staff have personal, supportive/or professional experience of self-harming. E-mail ;

Nottingham Recovery Network

Support, advice and treatment for people experiencing alcohol and/or drug misuse difficulties – they work on a self-referral basis. 0800 0665362.

Dealing with Distress Booklets / Resources

NHS Mental Health Self-Help Guides

MindShift app (designed for young people with anxiety)

Mental Health Audio Guides

Sleeping difficulties resources

Mindfulness, meditation and yoga introductory videos:

Panic Resources

Stress Resources

Suicide Prevention Services

Papyrus is the UK charity for prevention of young suicides (under 35’s) - Call: 0800 068 4141 Text: 07860 039 967 Email: website:

The Tomorrow Project

A confidential, community based suicide prevention, intervention and postvention service – call 0115 8800280 Email: Website:

CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health) Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team

Service available for young people (under 18’s) experiencing a mental health crisis – calls can be made by either the young person or an adult. Available 24/7 by ringing 0115 8440560.

Wellness in Mind

Information and support for people seeking better mental health. Connects people to services best able to support them. 0800 5610073


The campaign against living miserably is a charity which supports men struggling with mental health difficulties. 0800 585858.


MIND support people in mental distress or who have a mental health problem. 0300 1233393.


Available 24/7 for people that are currently struggling with mental health difficulties. 116123

E-mail: Local branch

The following services are also available for University of Nottingham students (only).

University Counselling Service

Offers help to students experiencing personal, emotional or mental health problems in either a group or individual environment. 0115 9513685.

Winter break support information for students


Anonymous, confidential listening and information service, run by students for students, and available every night of term time between 19:00-08:00. 0115 9514985 or text 07786 208408.

School Welfare Support

Each school has wellbeing officers who can help provide a range of support to students.

Chaplaincy Support

Whatever a student’s faith, or if they have no at all, the chaplains offer spiritual and pastoral support. 0115 9513931


Provides information how students can improve their mental health by a variety of methods.

Eating Disorders in Student Services (EDISS)

For students with mild to moderate eating difficulties / disorder. No formal diagnosis required. E-mail

Mental Health Ebooks

There is a wide range of mental health Ebooks available within the University library:

Togetherall (peer and professional support)

Togetherall is designed to help people get support, take control and feel better. It provides 24/7 peer-to-peer and professional support (from experienced clinicians), plus a range of courses and tools to help people self-manage their wellbeing. To get support, simply go to and join with your academic email address.


Stuart Keeling – Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 04.12.20.

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