If you live in ABUHB area, need help with your mental health and are over 18: Contact your PHP or your GP. Under 18? Contact SPACE-Wellbeing or your GP.
Need urgent support? Go to our urgent help page.
You can also seek help from one of the helplines below by filtering by topic area or the type of support you want in the search bar.
Gwent N-Gage, the young person’s service within Gwent, providing support and training to young people and their families, and professionals who work with them.Visit Gwent N-Gage website ➝
Interventions providers for families, professionals and service users. GDAS operates from a wide variety of local bases throughout Gwent. We also operate within community venues and offer an outreach service.Visit GDAS website ➝
DAN 24/7 is a free and confidential bilingual service. Calls from public telephone boxes are free of charge: calls from a mobile phone may incur a charge from your network.
Dan 24/7 telephone number will NOT appear on your home itemised bill.Visit DAN 24/7 website ➝
Get in touch with Live Fear Free advisors free of charge by phone, online chat, text or email.
Live Fear Free can provide help and advice to:
Visit Live Fear Free website ➝
Free and impartial money help backed by the government. MoneyHelper joins up money and pensions guidance to make it quicker and easier to find the right help for your case.Visit the Money Helper website ➝
National Debtline give free and independent debt advice over the phone and online.
They can help you know what you’ve really got, maximise your money and choose your debt solution.
Monday to Friday: 9am – 8pm, Saturday: 9:30am -1pmContact National Debtline ➝
Debt. A simple word. But it can become a big problem. We can cut it down to size.
Step Change is a national debt charity which provides free and independent debt advice over the phone and online. They will support you for as long as you need. Phone lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm and Saturday 8am to 4pm.Visit Step Change website ➝
Citizens Advice Cymru has walk-in centres you can visit as well as online services. They offer advice and support on financial matters such as disputes, benefits, employment, debt and money, housing and many more.Visit Citizens Advice website ➝
Professionally approved self-help resources to help you improve your mental wellbeing.
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