VANL Health & Wellbeing Directory of Services

 

Organisation Links/Contact Details 

Information 

Bereavement Care Service 

01236 713555 

bereavementcare@lanarkshire.scot.nhs.uk 

 

Support for individuals following bereavement available to everyone in Lanarkshire. 

Breathing Space 

0800 83 85 87 

Helpline 

Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland 

www.chss.org.uk  

Providing and training Kindness volunteers, website has a variety of resources from mental wellbeing guide and others. 

 

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) 

www.nhslanarkshire.scot.nhs.uk/services/camhs/.  

 

The line is staffed Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and the number is 01236 703010

CAMHS have produced a comprehensive list of resources to help children, young people and families to manage their mental health and wellbeing during Covid-19. CAMHS also have an Advice Line for families to offer support to families and referrers, answer any queries, signpost to appropriate resources or other CAMHS hubs.  

 

Cope Scotland 

http://www.cope-scotland.org/index.php/latest-blog/copescotland-continues-to-care-as-you-matter-we-all-do 

Cope Scotland help people to find solutions to the daily issues and challenges of life, which can cause mental and emotional distress. During Covid 19, they offer telephone support and have also linked with partners to provide practical help. the service is open to anyone aged 16 and over who is experiencing mental or emotional distress.  

Elament 

www.elament.org.uk      

 

Mental health services and resources 

Health Scotland 

http://www.healthscotland.scot/publications/suicide-prevention-digital-toolkit 

Help raise awareness about, and prevent, suicide by visiting and sharing our suicide prevention digital toolkit. 

The digital toolkit can be used to help promote the ‘Ask, Tell - Save a Life’ animation, part of the series of animations aimed at highlighting communication skills for mental health and suicide prevention conversations.  

Together we can ensure that everyone is ready to Ask, Tell - Save a Life. 

Mindthemen 

https://www.facebook.com/mindthemen/ 

Mindthemen are a suicide prevention peer group for men. They provide a safe place to talk about life's challenges, be listened to and feel supported. In normal times, they have weekly meetings. During Covid 19, they have moved online and have weekly Zoom meetings. 

National Wellbeing Hub 

For people working in Health & Social care 

https://www.promis.scot/individuals/ 

Staff in health or social services in Scotland, carers, families and volunteers can now access a range of self-care and wellbeing resources through the new National Wellbeing Hub. 

NHS Inform 

www.nhsinform.scot/coronavirus  

Latest advice and guidance from NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government including physical distancing measures and advice for infected households. 

 

NHS Lanarkshire Mental Health  

https://clearyourhead.scot/  

have recently launched national website Clear your head. These are worrying and uncertain times. The coronavirus outbreak has changed daily life for us all in Scotland and has had a real impact on how many of us are feeling. It's ok to not feel yourself right now, and we have some great tips to help get you through it. Provides lots of tips and ideas to support your mental health. 

 

NHS Lanarkshire Public Helpline & Resource 

www.nhslanarkshire.scot.nhs.uk/novel-corona-virus-covid-19/psychological-wellbeing/ 

Call 01698 687567. Open from 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday. 

 

This service provides psychological advice and guidance to anyone in Lanarkshire who is experiencing anxiety, low mood or heightened distress in relation to Covid19.   

 

NHS Psychological First Aid   

https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/28064/psychosocial-mental-health-and-wellbeing-support/taking-care-of-myself/psychological-first-aid   

 

Psychological First Aid resource for those supporting others with their mental health. 

NHS Stress Control Classes 

https://stresscontrol.org/ 

Following the success of the first online Stress Control course, Dr Jim White, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, is beginning it again from Monday 11 May. Each session will now be shown four times, making it much easier to join in. For all dates and more details, check website. 

 

One Parent Families Scotland 

0808 801 0323 

Helpline 

OpenLearn from the Open University 

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/mental-health/free-mental-health-tips-and-resources 

 

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/social-care-social-work/coronavirus-dealing-death-dying-and-grief 

Collection of Mental Health & Wellbeing resources.  

 

 

 

Corona Virus: Dealing with death, dying & grief resources 

Papyrus 

https://papyrus-uk.org/ 

Provides confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person through our helpline, HOPELINEUK 

Parent Club 

https://www.parentclub.scot/topics/coronavirus  

An information site for parents and parents to be on looking after their families health during coronavirus. 

PETAL (People experience trauma & loss) 

www.petalsupport.com  

 

Self-referrals can be made – 01698 324502 

Provides bereavement support as a result of murder, suicide & Covid19.  Free counselling service, practical advice and support to those 12yrs and over. 

Samaritans Self Help App 

https://www.samaritans.org/scotland/how-we-can-help/contact-samaritan/self-help/  

 

Helpline: 116 123 

Keep track of how you are feeling and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis. 

SAMH Mental Health & Wellbeing Centre  

01698 265659 

Open 8am – 8pm 7 days per week 

expeerienceCounts@samhservices.org.uk 

 

SAMH offers one to one support 

Scottish Recovery Network 

https://Scottishrecovery.net   

Working with people to support their mental health and reach their potential, Resources available and newsletter 

Who Cares? Scotland 

https://www.whocaresscotland.org/coronavirus-support/  

   

Helpline – call or text: 

0775 604 7389 

0754 533 7152 (kinship care line) 

0756 824 2965 (Mon – Fri only) 

Email: help@whocaresscotland.org 

Care-experienced and need someone to talk to? 

Who Cares? Scotland have been running a daily helpline for Care-Experienced people during the lockdown who might not have a family network for support. The helpline runs 10am-6pm Monday to Friday and 12-4pm at the weekend and offer information, guidance and practical support if needed.