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Patients and Carers

Patients and carers

Anyone who has ever had a health problem, (either physical or mental) or who has been worried about the health of someone they care about, knows the value of reliable, up-to-date information.

We’ve created a hub of information for patients and carers to source everything you need to know whether you are a patient or are caring for someone on their journey to better mental health.

Explore this section of our website to find who to contact if you have a question, learn more about different medications and conditions, and read our frequently asked questions and understanding mental health jargon.

Support in a crisis

Our Trust and the NHS have robust plans in place to respond to Covid-19 to ensure the safety of all our patients and staff. Due to measures being taken as a result of Covid-19, our advice is wherever possible people who need urgent mental health support should not go to A&E – instead, there are other places which can provide specialist mental healthcare. It is important that A&Es focus on people with urgent physical healthcare problems at this time.

How do I get help?

Between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday:

At all other times: