Everyone has mental health, sometimes we feel great, and sometimes not so much. If you feel that you or a friend, family or neighbour is struggling with their mental health, here are some links and resources that can help.

CASS have provided some of the information below. They work with community, faith and equalities group leaders to support them to feel more knowledgeable about mental health and wellbeing. If you’re a group leader and you’d like more information and to have a chat, go to www.cassbristol.org or email info@cassbristol.org.
For a handy resource pack on what self-referral services are available in Bristol:

To find out what Bristol Mental Health Services are available in South Bristol:

Crisis Service Numbers:
Crisis Line – Tel: 0300 555 0334 – 24/7 line
Samaritans – Tel: 0116 123 24/7 line
Bristol MindLine – Tel: 0808 808 0330 Weds-Sun 8pm-12am
Men’s Crisis House – Tel: 0117 934 9848. Email: awp.bmhmenscrisishouse@nhs.net
Women’s Crisis House – Tel: 0117 924 6459

Mental Health Leaflets with contact details:

To learn more about what stress, anxiety and depression is:




Sometimes other issues in our lives can affect our mental well-being, here are some links that can help you with those:

Hate Crime: SARI – https://www.sariweb.org.uk/ or 0117 942 0060
Housing: ACORN – https://acorntheunion.org.uk/ or 07432473477
Employment: West of England Works http://www.westofenglandworks.org.uk/partners/the-park-community-centre-ltd/ or 01173533348
FutureBright – https://www.westofengland-ca.gov.uk/future-bright/ or 0117 9222250
Debt and Benefits: WRAMAS – https://www.bristol.gov.uk/benefits-financial-help/welfare-rights-and-money-advice-service or 0117 35 21888
Talking Money – https://www.talkingmoney.org.uk/ 0117 954 3990
South Bristol Advice Centre – https://www.southbristoladvice.org.uk 0117 985 1122
Money Advice West – https://www.moneyadvicewest.org.uk/ or 0800 138 3422

Bristol has lots of support and community groups and organisatiosn. Have a look at WellAware to find out what’s out there in your area or give them a call on  (freephone) 0808 808 5252  to find out more.

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