Stress, anxiety and depression

Having good mental health is important, and affects us all in one way or another - either directly, someone in our family or the people we work or study with.

1 in 4 adults experience at least one mental health problem in any given year.

It's important to make sure that having good mental health is taken as seriously as our physical health, and we make sure patients get the same help for their mental health as they would for a physical problem.

See a GP if you have been feeling depressed or anxious for more that a few weeks or if anxiety is affecting your daily life.

Mental Health Support Links

Cornwall Mind

Man Down

Outlook SW

Valued Lives

The Crisis service

The crisis service is designed to support people who are experiencing mental/emotional distress. We use social interventions to support people to break down the things that are causing them stress, and begin to move forward in manageable steps. 

Community Support

Community support packages are offered to adults & young people with a care or support need, who either have an enduring mental illness, or are in recovery from a serious episode of mental ill-health.

​Community packages are designed to aid people through their recovery, and include our rehabilitation & enablement programmes

The Wellbeing Club

The Wellbeing Club is network of people with a key goal in sight - improving their overall wellbeing!
​The club offers a range of wellbeing focused workshops, therapeutic activities, self care sessions, events and outings that are all designed around the 5 ways to wellbeing. 


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