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Following the announcement by the JCVI on 29th November, that all adults over the age of 18 will be offered a Covid Booster jab 3 months after their second dose, we are waiting for more operational details so that we can plan how to vaccinate the local community as quickly and safely as possible. More details will be added to this website as soon as we have them. Please DO NOT phone the surgery to make enquiries, we will contact you when it is your turn. Thank you.

TalkPlus – Free NHS CBT, counselling, therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Panic, OCD, and Phobias in Farnborough, Aldershot, Yateley, Blackwater, Farnham and Fleet.

Did you know that you can self refer to Talk Plus for free help with concerns about anxiety, low-mood, depression, panic and OCD. We also offer services for women who feel low after having a baby and for Military Veterans.

Mental Health Crisis Helpline

Available 24 hours every day. 

Recovery College

Download all of the newsletters and listen to some audio on various things to help with mental health

For more information about free courses and workshops which promote mental and physical health and wellbeing, click here

Energise & Relax:

We are supporting Hart District Council in promoting a fantastic Recovery College course.  This aims to help adults living with mental health conditions to become more physically active and is for people who would like to be more active, but who perhaps find the idea of exercise daunting.  Anyone wishing to sign up for this course, would need to enrol with the Recovery College first. 

For more information click: Energise & Relax

New "Staying Safe" Website

This section of our website is currently being developed so watch this space as we add information which we think will be useful to people who want to improve their mental health and wellbeing.

The ‘Staying Safe’ website, offers free resources for anyone distressed, thinking about suicide or worried about someone they care about.

The Staying Safe website is a potentially life-saving resource developed by 4 Mental Health, with invaluable input from international academics, mental health practitioners, people who have survived suicidal thoughts and those personally affected by suicide through bereavement.

StayingSafe.net offers compassion, kindness and easy ways to help keep people safer from thoughts of harm and suicide, seek support and discover hope of recovery through powerful videos from people with personal experience.

Dementia Services

Drugs and Alcohol Problems

Learning Disabilities

Samaritans

 
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