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Adults Rutland Information Service

Mental Health, Wellbeing and Recovery Service

This service helps anyone aged 18+ who is experiencing emotional and mental health problems, as well as their carers, by providing advice, information and support.

We can help you to maintain and improve your emotional and mental wellbeing, become empowered to achieve your goals, and to live a meaningful and valued life within the community.

We offer:

  • Information, advice and guidance: We will offer information and advice, and enable you to learn about mental health and wellbeing services in your local community, exploring options available together to find what is right for you. We will also discuss coping strategies, and offer advice on things like benefits or relationships which are affecting your personal wellbeing. We run regular pop-up/drop-in information and advice sessions around your local area.
  • One-to-one support with a trained Recovery Worker, who will listen to you and work with you to improve your mental health and achieve your personal goals.
  • Various support groups to help you learn, gain skills, and build peer support networks to enable you to live life to the full and take part in activities and opportunities along with everyone else.

If you are being supported by our service, there is also a free, 24/7 helpline which can provide advice and support.

Who to contact

0330 323 0187 - helpline
0300 323 0189 - referrals
Visit the Mental Health Matters website

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Referral Details

To refer yourself to the service or just to find out what we offer, simply call 0300 323 0189 to speak to one of our team. Alternatively, your GP or other social care/healthcare professional can call us to make a referral. 

To make a referral you will need to download the referral form and return it completed to us by post or email

This page was last updated on: 09/07/2020

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