Find out how to get support for your mental health.
Get support without seeing a GP.
You may get help sooner if you use the services below. You do not need to see a GP first.
Talking Therapies Surrey is a free NHS service offering short-term psychological therapies for a range of common mental health problems. There is no need to see a GP first.
The service is free for all patients aged 17+.
Talking Therapies can help with:
- feeling stressed and worried all the time
- trouble sleeping
- difficulty recovering from coronavirus (long-covid)
- feeling low and hopeless (including during or after pregnancy)
Get help using Talking Therapies
Surrey and Borders Mental Health services
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides general and crisis support services for people of all ages with mental ill-health in Surrey, including Eating Disorders, Early Intervention Psychosis and Perinatal.
Get support using Surrey and Borders Mental Health services
If you need urgent help:
NHS urgent mental health helplines are for people of all ages. You can:
- get 24-hour advice and support – for you or someone else
- speak to a mental health professional
- get advice on the best way to get help
Find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline
In the event of a mental health crisis/ermergency the following support contacts are available.
Access And Advice (previously single point of access) 0300 222 57 55 open 8am-8pm monday to friday 9-12pm Sunday
The service is not open bankholidays
EMERGENCY DUTY TEAM( EDT) 01483 517898 for out of the above hours.
MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS LINE for children and families 0800 915 4644
free to call 24/7 seven days a week.
Other organisations that could help you
There are a number of other NHS services and charity groups that work in our area.