Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Most services for mental health are accessed by referral from a GP or other professional.

Community mental health teams
There are three community mental health teams are based around the city, Steps to Health in the North East, The Croft Resource Centre serving the South East and Corner House Resource Centre in the South West.

The teams are made up of nurses, social workers, psychologists, doctors and occupational therapists.  They can also arrange for other services like outreach, day care, home treatment, employment services, carer support, inpatient treatment at Penn Hospital and other specialist services.

They will to assess your care needs, work out your care plan, and provide a care co-ordinator to keep in touch with you and to provide a review.

North Area:
Steps to Health, Wolverhampton City PCT, Showell Circus, Low Hill
Wolverhampton, WV10  9TH
Phone: 01902 444600 or 445871

Bus number 2

South East Area:
The Croft Resource Centre,87 Greencroft, Bilston, WV14 7NB
Phone: 01902 553914

Bus number 25 and 82

South West Area:
Corner House Resource Centre, 300 Dunstall Road, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton,  WV6 0NZ
Phone: 01902 553382 or 553876 or 553874

Bus number 25 and 62

All of these centres are GP referral only

Wolverhampton also runs a short-stay treatment centre called Recovery House in Low Hill, which provides intensive support for people with a mental health problem, and a stay of up to 2 weeks to try to prevent the person in crisis from having to go into hospital.

Counselling Services

One Voice – has a trained counsellor available to disabled people for person-centred one-to-one counselling. No referral required.
01902 810016
mail@1voice.org.uk

Aquarius provides individual counselling and group sessions for people with alcohol or drug related problems. No referral required.
0300 200 2400
wolverhampton@aquarius.org.uk

ACCI – The African-Caribbean Cultural Initiative provides help and advice to people from the African-Caribbean community with mental health problems. They provide counselling, and they have a drop-in centre open weekdays 9-5.
ACCI, 221 Newhampton Rd East, Wolverhampton WV1 4BA
Telephone: 01902 571231

Bus number 6 or 25.

Navjeevan Project provides counselling for Asian women contact the project Telephone:01902 571260

projectdirector@awaaz-wolverhampton.co.uk

Mental Health Support Services

No Panic is a charity aimed at people who experience panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders, anxiety disorders, or tranquillizer withdrawal.

They have a confidential freephone helpline  10-00 am TO 10-00 pm
0808 808 0545
www.nopanic.org.uk

Saneline – The mental health charity SANE runs a telephone line charged at local rate, running from 6pm to 11pm:
08457 678000

They offer telephone support and someone to listen to you in times of crisis. They can also give you information to enable you to make informed decisions regarding your mental health, including information on medical, complimentary and psychological treatments available, and information on mental health legislation, and the mental health system.

They have access to a large database, telling you what mental health services are available in your area.

Their website has a wide range of information and links to help available:
http://www.sane.org.uk

Samaritans offer someone to talk to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on 08457 909090.

If you would rather write to them, you can email jo@samaritans.org, they aim to reply to your email within 24 hours.

You can also write to them about how you are feeling:
Chris, P.O. Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA

The Wolverhampton Samaritans Centre at 54 Newhampton Road West is usually open to callers from 8.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
01902 426422.

Bus numbers 5, 6 and 716

http://www.wolverhamptonsamaritans.org.uk/

You can also drop-in to talk to someone face-to-face, Tuesday-Thursday. The building has some access problems, but has wheelchair access at the rear – ring first so they can let you in, if you require a level entrance.

Community Mental Health Teams

Community Mental Health Teams

Most services for mental health are accessed by referral from a GP or other professional.

There are three community mental health teams are based around the city, Steps to Health in the North East, The Croft Resource Centre serving the South East and Corner House Resource Centre in the South West.

The teams are made up of nurses, social workers, psychologists, doctors and occupational therapists.  They can also arrange for other services like outreach, day care, home treatment, employment services, carer support, inpatient treatment at Penn Hospital and other specialist services.

They will to assess your care needs, work out your care plan, and provide a care co-ordinator to keep in touch with you and to provide a review.

North Area:
Steps to Health, Wolverhampton City PCT, Showell Circus, Low Hill
Wolverhampton, WV10  9TH
Phone: 01902 444600 or 445871

Bus number 2

South East Area:
The Croft Resource Centre,87 Greencroft, Bilston, WV14 7NB
Phone: 01902 553914

Bus number 25 and 82

South West Area:
Corner House Resource Centre, 300 Dunstall Road, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton,  WV6 0NZ
Phone: 01902 553382 or 553876 or 553874

Bus number 25 and 62

All of these centres are GP referral only

Wolverhampton also runs a short-stay treatment centre called Recovery House in Low Hill, which provides intensive support for people with a mental health problem, and a stay of up to 2 weeks to try to prevent the person in crisis from having to go into hospital.

Recovery House

Recovery House

 

City of Wolverhampton Council reply to the Recovery House Consultation:

Between November 2015 and February 2016 the City of Wolverhampton Council proposed changes to the four bed crisis support and outreach service for people with mental health needs delivered from Recovery House.
Different methods of collecting people’s views were utilised. Consultation meetings were held, a consultation information pack and questionnaire was given to all service users who had used the service over the last 12 months and all affected staff. 38 clients received one-to-one support to enable them to engage. The questionnaire was also uploaded to Survey Monkey.
There was a dedicated telephone line and email address. Wolverhampton’s Mental Health Empowerment Team was also informed and circulated the information to 21 mental health support groups.

A copy of the final Consultation Report is available by request.
On Wednesday 24th March 2016 Cabinet approved a revised service model for the mental health recovery service which has been developed following the period of consultation. It includes:
 The development of an assertive outreach service that will work in an integrated way
with clinical mental health services
 A two bed flat for use in emergencies for an initial two year period
 Development of the existing building into a supported living service for people with
complex mental health needs.
Through the consultation, participants identified key themes and shared ideas and concerns.
you can download their response here>>

One Voice Advocacy service

One Voice Advocacy service

whacs-frontOne Voice provides a professional advocacy service for disabled adults.

Any adult who is a Wolverhampton citizen, and has a long term impairment, or has a mental health issue, a learning disability, or considers themselves a disabled person, can use this free professional service, staffed by fully trained experienced disabled advocates.