Emotional wellbeing advice on offer in Hereford's High Town this week

Emotional wellbeing advice on offer in Hereford's High Town this week

Emotional wellbeing advice on offer in Hereford's High Town this week

First published in News by , Reporter

SHOPPERS visiting Hereford’s weekly market will be able to pick up information and advice on emotional wellbeing as well as their groceries this week.

Staff from 2gether NHS Foundation Trust's Let’s Talk service will be on hand on Wednesday (August 20) to offer support to anyone struggling with depression, stress, anxiety, anger, panic and similar mental health issues.

The team will be running an information stand in High Town from 10am until 4.30pm.

2gether NHS Foundation Trust provides mental and social healthcare across Herefordshire.

Let’s Talk provides free advice over the phone and in person – either on a one to one basis or in group courses which run regularly across the county.

To contact Let’s Talk, call 0800 073 2200 or to find out more visit talk2gether.nhs.uk

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3:42pm Mon 18 Aug 14

J A F O says...

Mental Health Services in Herefordshire are pretty awful, as is demonstrated by the overly Gloucestershire heavy talk2gether.nhs.uk website, far too many people who are once diagnosed with problems are then left to rot on their own with no support.
When will mental health be treated with the same respect as physical health. I'm guessing never.
Mental Health Services in Herefordshire are pretty awful, as is demonstrated by the overly Gloucestershire heavy talk2gether.nhs.uk website, far too many people who are once diagnosed with problems are then left to rot on their own with no support. When will mental health be treated with the same respect as physical health. I'm guessing never. J A F O
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9:07am Tue 19 Aug 14

Seventh says...

And if you work and want to talk about a mental health problem? A big fat 'screw you'. Like most of herefordshire's mental health service, this is a weekday between 9am and 5pm. Rubbish.
And if you work and want to talk about a mental health problem? A big fat 'screw you'. Like most of herefordshire's mental health service, this is a weekday between 9am and 5pm. Rubbish. Seventh
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