smws  Somerset Mental Wellbeing Service
Compass Disability Services working in partnership with Mind in Somerset & Chard Watch CIC. Unit 11—12 Belvedere Trading Estate, Taunton, TA1 1BH Compass Disability Services is a Registered Charity No 1099376 and Registered Company No 4245798
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Mind in Somerset    A Somerset based charity delivering a diverse range of mental health services including Mindline Somerset – 01823 276892 – Open Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun (8pm-11pm) Mindline is an out of hours helpline in Somerset and South Devon and Torbay that is a confidential listening service providing a safe place to talk if you, or someone you know, is in distress. We can also give basic information about mental health and local services. Our listeners treat all callers, regardless of background, in a non- judgmental way with dignity and respect. When our lines are busy, or closed, our switchboard can connect you to our sister service, the Samaritans. Samaritans  (08457 909090 or 116 123) A national charity who support people experiencing mental distress."Whatever you're going through, we're here to help 24 hours a day. We won't share what you tell us with anyone else, and we won't judge you." Chard Watch Project a voluntary group that was set up to reach out and engage with adults who, because of various conditions
and issues, are socially isolated and who face barriers within their community and surrounding areas.  Somerset Drug And Alcohol Partnership A group of public sector organisations who work together to implement the national drugs and alcohol strategies in Somerset. It recognises that alcohol and drug misuse affects everyone in one way or another and that for the harm caused by alcohol/drugs to be minimised, tackling misuse is “everyone’s business”. It is made up of representatives from the police, probation, health and local authority. N.H.S. Somerset Partnership - Mental Health Caring for you in the heart of the community. This captures our aim to deliver care that is personal to the individual as close as possible to where they live – in local communities and in patients’ own homes – and for our staff who deliver those services to be caring and compassionate. Somerset Village Agents Project Help to bridge the gap between isolated, excluded, vulnerable and lonely individuals and statutory and/or voluntary organisations which offer specific solutions to identified needs. Somerset Choices An online directory of service providers in Somerset hosted by Somerset County Council, set up for adults, families and children. Both free and paid-for services are listed. Somerset Choices in B.S.L... Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association (SWEDA) "We engage with people affected by eating disorders, including family, friends and carers, by offering hope and enabling access to support services to empower recovery. " NHS Self-help guides A collection of 16 self-help guides covering individual areas such as Controlling Anger, Obsessions and Compulsions, Anxiety, Alcohol and You, Self-Harm, Eating Disorders etc. In crisis? Please phone Samaritans (116 123) or your GP out of hours service.
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Do you want to start your journey towards improved Mental Wellbeing? Call 01823 255917  email (In crisis? Please phone Samaritans (116 123) or your GP out of hours service.)
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Monday - Friday 9am-5pm
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‘The support had a huge positive impact on my mental wellbeing - I feel more confident, I was at a very low point and I now have strategies to move forward’ ‘It has really helped my confidence that I was taken on the bus into town.  Also, it has made me think about my goals, what I want to achieve and what I want out of life.  This has actually contributed to a forthcoming house move as I have decided to move to an area where I know more people and there is more of a community atmosphere.’ ‘The Wellbeing Navigators involvement made me realise that the services here are better than I’d experienced in the past – I had little trust before.  She made me feel that we were worth something and gave me confidence.  We are in a much better place now.’