Signposts

Listed below are some sources and links to organisations able to offer support. 
The list is not exhaustive, but hopefully relevant information for your situation.

 
Depression & Anxiety

Drug & Alcohol Addiction

AddactionServices for people, and their families, who are dependent on drugs and alcohol.
AdfamSupport and information for family and friends of people with drug or alcohol problems.
Alcoholics AnonymousNational network of local alcoholics to help with the recovery from alcoholism.
DrinkawareAims to reduce alcohol misuse and harm.
DrugWiseProvides drug information which is topical, evidence-based and non-judgemental.
FRANKOffers free confidential drug information and advice 24 hours a day.


Depression

NHS ChoicesProvides a wealth of information on treatments for depression available through the NHS.
SamaritansA 24-hour telephone helpline for people struggling to cope.
Depression AllianceCharity for sufferers of depression. Has a network of self-help groups.
Depression UKA self-help organisation made up of individuals and local groups.
MindPromotes the views and needs of people with mental health problems.
Mental Health FoundationProvides information and support for anyone with mental health problems or learning disabilities.


Anxiety

NHS ChoicesProvides a wealth of information on treatments for anxiety available through the NHS.
SamaritansA 24-hour telephone helpline for people struggling to cope.
Anxiety UKAdvice and support for people living with anxiety.
Anxiety Care UKHelps people to recover from anxiety disorders.
FearfighterA computer-based CBT programme for people who struggle with phobias or feelings of panic or anxiety.
Rethink Mental IllnessAdvice and support for a range of mental health conditions.


PTSD

NHS ChoicesProvides a wealth of information on treatments for PTSD available through the NHS.
ASSIST trauma careInformation and specialist help for people with PTSD and anyone supporting them.
Combat StressTreatment and support for British Armed Forces Veterans who have mental health problems.
Rape CrisisProviding a range of services for women and girls who have experienced abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Disaster ActionInformation and support for people affected by major disasters in the UK and overseas.
Victim SupportProviding support and information to victims or witnesses of crime.


Self-Harm

HarmlessProvides a range of services for people who self-harm and their friends and families.
National Self Harm NetworkSurvivor-led, closely monitored forum for people who self-harm and their friends and families.
MindPromotes the views and needs of people with mental health problems, including self-harm.
NHS ChoicesProvides a wealth of information on treatments for self-harm.
LifesignsUser-led self-harm guidance and support network.
YoungMinds Parents HelplineAdvice and support helpline for anyone worried about a child or young person under 25.


Suicide

SamaritansOffering emotional support for everyone, 24 hours a day.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)Listening services, information and support for men at risk of suicide.
Papyrus HOPELINEUKConfidential support for under-35s at risk of suicide and others who are concerned about them.
NHS ChoicesComprehensive help and information relating to suicide, including links to external websites.
ElefriendsMind’s supportive online community providing confidential help on mental health problems, including suicide.
Maytree Suicide Respite CentreOffers free respite stays for people in suicidal crisis.

Source www.hunt-training.co.uk


Hunt Training offer First Aid and Compliance Training in Worcestershire 
For more information contact them via the website link above or 


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