This section contains telephone numbers and links to other organisations websites who may be able to provide you with additional support.
Don't be fooled by the title, you don't actually need a prescription for these books! This is simply a list of books recommended by health professionals and people with personal experience of mental health conditions.
The list includes:
Click here to browse the list of mental health Books on Prescription.
You can get any of these books from your local library in person, and some are available as e-books. If you're not yet a member, you can join Hampshire Libraries online and start to borrow e-books straight away.
A resource from the NHS with tools for understanding your mental wellbeing, and simple and practical advice to help you get more out of life.
Get started with their short quiz to get your mind plan.
This resource is now tailored for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Find more mental health resources at nhs.uk.
Wellbeing centres are friendly and welcoming places with an informal atmosphere, offering you the opportunity to meet others with similar experiences.
Services can include:
There are wellbeing centres run by local Minds across Hampshire:
Download a full list of Hampshire Wellbeing Services here (Updated Nov 2020)
Recovery Colleges offer classes and coures that aim to help you understand and manage your mental wellbeing.
Topics can include:
Click here to explore the Hampshire Recovery College prospectus and enrol online.
italk patients and their carers are eligible to attend courses free of charge for up to 2 years after using our service.
A local directory of community services available for adults in Hampshire. The directory includes health and social care, transport, training and employment services.
Visit the Connect to Support Hampshire directory.
The Helplines Partnership offers a directory of hundreds of local and national charity helplines covering topics from health and wellbeing, to finance, employment and housing.
Visit the Helplines Partnership website to find a helpline.