MENTAL HEALTH


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MENTAL HEALTH Resources & Signposting

















Pause - City centre drop-in service, is a bit different to other mental health services out there. We aren't going to turn you away if you just want to drop-in and have a chat with someone about how you’re feeling, or if you wanted to have a browse in our tech-space about things you might be worried about. Dropping in to see us doesn't mean there is something wrong with you or that you are losing your marbles! We are here to support you in exploring your thoughts, feelings and emotions, or anything that might be going on in your life, that you need help working out.


Find us at:  21 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6BJ.

Forward Thinking Birmingham - Mental Health Support, working with young people and families, our clinicians have designed a range of new services and facilities focussed around the individual needs of 0-25 year olds

Livingwell Consortium - The primary goal of the consortium is to improve the mental health and wider well-being of local people, especially those who are most in need, through the provision of high quality, responsive, generalist and specialist services and initiatives.

COMING OUT ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH


A Childline Voice Box film Coming out about mental health features BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Mim Shaikh, sharing advice on how to talk about mental health. The video was part of Childline’s  #ToughToTalk campaign, which focused on preventing young male suicide by encouraging boys to open up about their feelings.

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