Wellbeing Information

111 mental health support, option 2

Mental health crisis support

Replacing the First Response service, please now call 111 in an urgent mental health crisis. Choose option 2 to be directed to the mental health support team who will provide appropriate care and support.

This service is available 24/7, 365 days a year. If you or someone else is having a mental health crisis, please call 111 and choose option 2.

New Phone Line for Families to Navigate Emotional Wellbeing Support

The Emotional Wellbeing Hub, which provides access to mental health services for children and young people aged 0-25 in east and west Suffolk, has teamed up with the children’s charity Barnardo’s to provide a new phone line to help guide young people and their parents to emotional wellbeing and mental health support.


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Wellbeing Suffolk

The Wellbeing Suffolk website contains self help information and resources to help you access the support you need.

Please click on this link to find out more or alternatively call Wellbeing Suffolk on 03001231781.

Mental Health, Wellbeing and Emotional Support (wellbeingnands.co.uk)

Promoting Self Care - Five Ways to Wellbeing

Suffolk Mind

Connect For Heath

The service is designed to help individuals who are over 18 years old with a variety of non-medical challenges. Through signposting and support, the Connect for Health service aims to improve health and wellbeing and reduce social isolation. 

If you feeling anxious, lonely or low in mood or have practical issues you are struggling to deal with, our Social Prescribing Community Connectors are available to listen, signpost you to suitable services and offer support during this difficult time.

Aldeburgh Area: Please call Rachel Nightingale 07741 625 363 or Jon Evans 07917 441 793


Alderton, Hollesley & Orford Area: Please call Dominique Dale 07790 922 228  


Please click here access Connect For Health leaflet.

Connect For Health.pdf


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