In this section of the website you will find information about our mental health and learning disability services.
Around 1 in 4 people will experience some sort of mental health problem at some point in their lives.
There are many different types of mental health related illnesses that can vary from stress and worry, to more serious conditions that can affect the way we live.
A mental health problem only becomes serious if it begins to interfere with your ability to cope or function in your everyday life. It's important to recognise when this happens so you can look for some support. Most people successfully manage their mental health problems and with the right support, go on to lead very active and fulfilling lives.
If English is not your first language the Trust can arrange the services of an interpreter or BSL interpreter for meetings free of charge. Our key information leaflets are also available in a range of languages, braille or large type formats. Please ask your primary nurse for details.
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