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If you need urgent medical help, please call 999 or go straight to A&E. If it is less urgent, please contact the surgery to speak to your GP or call 111 out of hours.
We recommend these organisations to help with mental health issues
Provides a supportive, safe and calm environment, 365 days a year for people who may be experiencing difficulties with their emotional or mental wellbeing. Open 3pm-11pm, 7 days a week (due to COVID-19, this is currently a telephone service).
Also provides support to ex-service personnel who are at risk of a mental health crisis, or who are struggling to manage their mental wellbeing. This service is available 9am-11pm, 7 days a week.
Contact: 01722 466680
Offering a wide range of support, from psycho-educational courses to one-to-one telephone appointments, for patients with low mood/depression, anxiety, stress, OCD and more.
This service is free and accessible for anyone registered with a Wiltshire GP Surgery. You can self-refer by calling the telephone number below.
Contact: 01380 731335
Resources for those feeling socially isolated
We are lucky enough to have our own social prescriber – Carl Adams. He has an in-depth knowledge of support and care services in the local area as well as community projects to get involved with. We know that feeling socially isolated has a major impact on mental wellbeing. Contact the surgery if you feel this could apply to you and would like support
March Network is a mental health network focused on the power of bringing people together with social, cultural and community assets, Covid-19 has thrown us a unique challenge. With more people socially and physically distancing themselves, this page shares some home-based, creative ways to support mental health during these unique and uncertain times.
Helping you to understand what has happened and what you might expect in recovery