Mental Health

New Forest Wellbeing Service

You can self-refer yourself to the Wellbeing Service if you are aged 18 or over, have a GP in the New Forest area (including Waterside and Totton) and experience mild to moderate mental health problems like anxiety, stress, low mood or self esteem or depression. 

Click here to self-refer to the New Forest Wellbeing service at Marcella House, Hythe.

Where to get Urgent Help for Mental Health

If you need help for a mental health crisis or emergency, you should get immediate expert advice and assessment.

It's important to know that support is available, even if services seem busy at the moment because of coronavirus.

Click here for more information:.

Developing a MIND Plan

Click here to create a MIND plan:

Be Mindful Online Course

Be Mindful is the original and only digital course of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.
Discover a proven and lasting approach to managing stress, depression, and anxiety that
will help you improve and maintain your mental health and wellbeing long-term for a more
wakeful, healthier, happier life.

Click here to register for this free course

STOPP Skill App

The Decider 'STOPP Skill' App is a useful tool that can be used to manage impulsivity; from self harm mitigation and suicide prevention to impulsive behaviours like over and under eating, gambling etc.

Click here for more information about this app