Avalon House St Catherines Court
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Services: Community Involvement | Counselling | Housing | Information and Advice | Mental Health |
Mental Health Matters
Mental Health Matters is one of the UK's most innovative organisations working with people with mental health needs.
With our dedicated and experienced staff team, we work with partner organisations to deliver a comprehensive range of services centred on individual service user needs.
The services we provide cover every aspect of service users' lives, from employment and housing to community support and psychological services.
Mental Health Matters offer a wide range of services nationally:
Our highly skilled staff team have successfully developed a substantial array of community based accommodation able to cater for every level of mental health need.
Our community support services continue to follow models of good practice and boast modern day services which provide a diverse range of social and educational activities.
Influences on our employment services include national planning, modernisation of traditional statutory services and most importantly, service user demand for access to real employment.
We provide a national helpline which covers various parts of the country as well as counselling services which are offered to all people suffering from mental health problems and their carers.
Mental Health Matters Helpline is a confidential service staffed by highly trained and experienced Telephone Helpline Workers, offering emotional support to anyone calling. We provide information on local and national services specific to Mental Health.
You do not need a diagnosed illness to call, people contact us about many different issues such as bereavement, relationship problems, loneliness/isolation and stress. Ongoing support is available, we are also here for carers in need of support.
You can contact the Newcastle helpline on 0845 601 2457 6pm-6am
Mental Health Matters' ultimate aim is to strengthen the voice, rights and independence of service users, carers and family.