It’s normal to feel anxious sometimes – but anxiety can become an issue and can get worse over time if it’s not treated. We have a range of services and treatment options available to help you.

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Untreated depression can have an impact on your daily activities and enjoyment of life. We have a range of services and treatments to help you address and manage your symptoms.

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Drug and alcohol misuse

Drug or alcohol use can become a problem when it starts to affect your judgement, relationships, commitments or general health and wellbeing. Learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatment options available.

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Perinatal mental health

Experiencing anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions can affect your experience as a parent. We can support you and your family during and after pregnancy to help you during these challenging times.

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Post-traumatic stress disorder can happen after exposure to one or more severe, traumatic events – and it can change the way you see yourself, your life and the world. We have a range of services and treatments which can help you to recover.

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For health and wellbeing tips and information

Explore our blog to learn more about your mental health including different conditions, what to expect when you come to us for care, different treatment options and expert tips which could help to improve your wellbeing.

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Our approach to your care

Across our organisation, we put you at the centre of our care. Our approach to mental health care revolves around person-centred care, recovery-oriented practice and trauma-informed care. We consider you as your own expert in what’s best for you. While you’re supported and guided by our health care professionals, you have control over your choices and treatments as we work with you towards recovery.

Our approach
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If you or someone close to you is in distress or immediate danger, call 000 as soon as possible.

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