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Mental Health

Mental health is sometimes described as ’emotional health’ or ‘well being’. It is an important part of overall health and can be adversely affected by life events, such as the end of a relationship or a bereavement, as well as by mental health problems, such as anxiety or depression.

Mental wellbeing means different things to different people but is likely to involve feelings of being in control, a degree of satisfaction with life, self esteem, optimism, and a sense of belonging.

One in four of us will have problems with our mental health at some time in our lives.

Self Refer for Mental Health

You can self- refer for Mental Health– Please phone the Primary Care Mental Team at Sandy Road on 0141 232 9270.

Crisis services are available for patients who are already known to Community Mental Health Services.

The out-of-hours Community Psychiatric Nurse service can be accessed directly

Monday – Friday, 8pm – 9am and Saturdays & Sundays and Public Holidays 4:30pm – 9am on 0845 650 1730

NHS 24 on 111.

NHS Inform Symptoms Checker & Self Help

Select from the options below to find help and support on the NHS Inform website.