Helpful links

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NHS Choices NHS Choices is the gateway to all NHS information. You can compare services and find out about healthy living and managing illness. Visit Website
Talk Wandsworth Free NHS psychological services in Wandsworth. Can self-refer online. Visit Website
Wandsworth Wellbeing Hub Free NHS psychological services in Wandsworth. Can self-refer online. Visit Website
Self Certificates A government website from where you can download self certificates for sickness. Visit Website
Shingles Information People in their 70’s born on or after 2 September 1942 and those aged 78 or 79 years are eligible for shingles vaccination. Visit Website
Men’s Health A men’s forum for discussion. Visit Website
Patient UK Lots of health information and patient leaflets. Visit Website
Healthtalkonline A site about peoples’ experience of illness backed by research from Oxford University. Visit Website
Babycentre Babycentre is a commercial site with useful information for parents from preconception onwards. Visit Website
Mumsnet Mumsnet is another good place to get together. Visit Website
Counselling Directory A site listing private counsellors available for consultation in your area. Visit Website
The Imperial Cancer Research Fund This is a site containing news and factsheets about cancer. It contains a useful children’s section and plenty of links to other cancer and medical sites. Visit Website
Macmillan Cancer Support This is another site containing information about cancer from the Macmillan cancer charity. Visit Website
Department of Work and Pensions For benefits advice. Visit Website
Citizens Advice Bureau Help with rights and benefits. Visit Website
Relate Marriage guidance and relationship counselling. Visit Website
Drugs Advice Line (Talk to Frank) Help with drug addictions. Visit Website
Gingerbread Single parents support, advice, and support for single parents. Visit Website
Fit for travel Information on travel advice and immunization. Visit Website
The Alcohol experiment Helpful website to support problem drinking with a 30-day plan you can sign up for free. Visit Website
Young Minds Useful site for advice and help with Child and Teenage mental health. Visit Website
ADHD Foundation A charity offering support for the 1 in 5 people and their families living with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, and Tourette’s syndrome. Visit Website
Pink Therapy Gender and sexual diversity therapy in the UK. Visit Website
Wandsworth LGBTQ+ forum Forum for people in the LGBTQ+ community in Wandsworth. Visit Website
Learning Disability Wandsworth resources for Learning Disabilities. Visit Website
St Georges Hospital A link to St Georges Hospital for information on clinics and services. Visit Website
Family Support Support and Information for Wandsworth families. Visit Website
NHS volunteering Link to support the NHS and contribute as an NHS volunteer. Visit Website
Age UK Wandsworth Get the support you need. Visit Website
Domestic Abuse Advice and support link. Visit Website
Paul’s Cancer Charity “We enable people affected by cancer, through community-based care and support, to find new strength, resilience, and their own way of coping with the challenges cancer brings.” Based in Wandsworth. Visit Website
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Springfield University Hospital 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ
Switchboard: 020 8682 6000
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Wandsworth Psychological Therapies & Well-being Service Telephone: 020 8682 6264
Psychological therapies for adults suffering from mild to moderate mental health problems. They offer individual therapy, group therapy, guided self-help and computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The service also has a new employment support service with dedicated employment specialists to support people suffering from anxiety disorders and depression to gain and retain employment.
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Wandsworth MIND Telephone: 020 8875 9162
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MIND offers support for those over 18 who are suffering or recovering from mental health problems. They offer advice on supported housing, local drop-in centres, counselling, employment and training schemes.
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Saneline Telephone: 020 7375 1002 (local)
Monday to Friday, 12.00 – 23.00
Saturday and Sunday, 12.00 – 18.00
Telephone: 0845 767 8000 (national)
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Saneline offers practical information, crisis care and emotional support to anybody affected by mental health problems.
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Victim Support Wandsworth Telephone: 020 7223 1234
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Victim Support offers a free, confidential counselling service for victims and witnesses of crime, providing a longer-term and more in-depth opportunity for people to come to terms with the effects of crime.
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Samaritans Telephone: 08457 90 90 90 (24-hour helpline)
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The Samaritans offer confidential, emotional support for people with feelings of distress or despair, including those that may lead to suicide.
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