Help in Redditch

Contact us:
Redditch Mental Health Action Group:
Call - 07788 379389 / E-mail redditchmhag@gmail / Facebook / Twitter 

The following is a list of organisations mainly from the voluntary sector but also covering public and private sectors who may be able to help you if you are suffering from a mental health or wellbeing issue. Please contact your GP as a first port of call if you feel you may have a mental health issue. In an emergency always call 999.
If you're part of an organisation you believe should be on this list, please contact us using the above details!

Age UK:
Age UK provide practical and personal help, information and advice and a whole lot more to older people within the community.
Call - 01527 584653 / Website

Alzheimer's Society:
Looking after people with dementia and their carers, family and friends.

Call - 01543 255955 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Bromford Support:
Bromford support people through a range of challenges and provides services including specialist housing support, training and employment services.
Call -  0330 1234 034 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Carers Careline:
Support for carers who look after people in Redditch.
Call - 01527 66177 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Early Help:
Early Help supports families with children aged from birth to 19. They have six centres in Redditch and can also support people in school or at home.
Call - 01527 534150 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Headgym provides personal development, coaching and therapy using a variety of methods including NLP.
Call - 07768920752 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

 They support families in the area including helping those experiencing post-natal depression.
Call - 01527 62819 / Website

Inspire offers community training and development in Winyates, Redditch.
Call - 01527 529265 / Facebook 

Jestaminute are focused on arts and drama but many of their performances are themed around issues such as domestic violence, mental health and debt. They are heavily involved in MHAG.
Call - 01527 514049 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Kingdom Vision:
Kingdom Vision is a church in Redditch and its members regularly attend our events to hand out Gideons bibles.

Mentor Link:
Mentor Link is a charity providing mentoring for children who need support in schools across the Midlands including in Redditch. The charity is also now involved in a long-term mentoring project in Redditch for adults with mental health issues.
Call - 01299 822336 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

MyTime Active:
They are a social enterprise which provides a range of health and wellbeing services such as health checks, stop smoking etc.

Public Health:
Provides health checks, health training and advice for a range of issues including mental wellbeing.
Website / Facebook

Redditch Borough Council:
The council can provide advice for you, especially if your housing situation is contributing to any mental health issues you have.
Call - 01527 64252 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Redditch Friends Together: 
A group for people with dementia and their carers. The group is run by Jan Little from the Alzheimer's Society and is one of the mayor's charities for 2014/15 alongside MHAG
Call - 07833 146207 /  Facebook
Redditch Mental Health Support Group:
They meet every Thursday at 11am and again at 6pm at The Space in Winyates.
A relaxed and comfortable environment for people with mental health issues to share their concerns and chat with like-minded people.

Call Mary on - 07989 154258 / Website / Facebook

Redditch Nightstop:
The service works with 16 to 25 year olds who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, offering emergency overnight accommodation and longer-term lodgings.
Call - 01527 66036 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

A national charity providing support for people with mental health issues and also campaigning on behalf of them.
Call - 0121 522 7007 (supporter care) or 0300 5000 927 (advice service) / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Samaritans provide a 24/7 confidential service to people who need someone to talk to. They also have the option of emailing them if you do not need to talk straight away.
Call - 0845 790 9090 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Sandycroft Centre: 
Sandycroft offers a wide range of services to support the community, working with other agencies to provide local services.
Call - 01527 595135 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

Sarah Maries Counselling:
 Sarah offers confidential one-to-one counselling services, working both on a short or long term basis. She also offers children’s counselling services, working with children from the age of 13 (parental consent required).
Call - 01527 450956 / Website

A group for adults experiencing ADHD, either directly or indirectly.

Stonham is part of Home Group and provides a range of services dealing with issues including homelessness and substance abuse.
Call - 0345 141 4663 / Website /

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust:
The Trust is the main provider of statutory NHS services in the county. Their website details the different services they offer and your GP should be able to give you any further information you need.

Call (for general enquiries) - 01905 760000 / Website

Your Ideas:
 A youth and community group based in the former soft play centre in Matchborough. They have a range of groups including the Spectrum Club for young people on the autistic spectrum.
Call -  01527 502624 / Website / Facebook / Twitter 


YMCA gives young people a safe place to live and the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Call - 01527 61643 / Website / Facebook / Twitter

1 comment:

  1. I think this is really useful information, I wanted to find help for a friend in Redditch with mental health issues. I now hope some of these organisations will be able to help!


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