Mental Health

One in four people experience a mental health problem in their lives. For every one of us that experience a mental health problem it is reported that at least ten others close to the person will be affected by its consequences. These include spouses, children, family, friends and workmates.

If you are caring for someone with a mental health problem it is important to know that there are many people who may be able to help you. For general enquires about how Surrey County Council can help you may like to call the Contact Centre on 08456 009 009. The local Action for Carers (Surrey) Carers Support Service may also be able to give you with independent advice, advocacy and information. It is also important that you know that you may be eligible for a Carers Assessment.

Surrey and Boarders Partnership Trust is the main provider of services for people with mental health issues and their carers. Click here to go to the website for detailed information about mental health services and how they can help you.

Mental Health Services for Children
Surrey CAMHS (child and adolescent mental health services) promote emotional well-being and deliver preventative services and treatment to children and young people with mental health problems.

You may also find information that is useful on these website

Rethink is a charity that believes a better life is possible for millions of people affected by mental health

Mind helps people take control of their mental health. They provide information and advice and campaign to promote and protect good mental health for everyone

Alzheimer's Society provides information, advice and support to people ho suffer from Alzheimer's and their families

Dementia NHS Choices website