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Mental health

If you are concerned about your or someone else's mental health and believe that you or they are at immediate risk of harming themselves or others, call 999.

If you are struggling with your mental health and are finding it difficult to cope, the first thing to remember is that you’re not alone and help is available. Things can get better.

Mental health is something we all have. Because of this, anybody can suffer from poor mental health or from specific mental health conditions at any time in their life.

On this page you will find a list of organisations providing websites and helplines that can help you if you are struggling or in crisis.

There are lots of different ways you can get help with your mental health

Depending on your situation, there are several ways you can get help with your mental health. For example, you can talk to your GP, contact a helpline or speak to a counsellor or therapist.

If you have concerns about your mental health you should contact your GP. Your GP will be able to help direct you to the support that is right for you. This may include a referral to NHS mental health services.

NHS mental health services in Buckinghamshire are provided by the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. They offer various information and support options to help people with their mental health. See Mental Wellbeing - Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust for more information. You can also access the 24/7 Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health Helpline by calling 111. For more information, visit Mental Health Helpline - Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Help and support for adults

Organisations marked with * can offer support if you are in a crisis. You can also call 111 or 999.

Help and support for children and young people