Mental health helplines
Whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines can offer expert advice.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Directory of advice, help and support, what you can do to look after yourself where to get help in East Riding of Yorkshire. To view in full please click here.
Coping with self-harm
Rise above - a website for young people
This website, for young people aged 11-16, focuses on key topics such as peer pressure, body confidence, relationships, drugs, smoking and alcohol. The aim is to encourage young people to make positive choices for their health and help with the pressures of growing up. Created by young people for young people, helping them to Rise above.
Mental Health Act - Code of Practice Easy Read
The Mental Health Act (1983) is the main piece of legislation that covers the assessment, treatment and rights of people with a mental health disorder. The Mental Health Act Code of Practice tells people and services how to use this law and what they must do.
NHS.uk has published a range of leaflets to explain the parts of the Code that are most important to patients and carers. This means they explain in detail what information you should get if you are sectioned, what health professionals should or shouldn't do and what your rights and choices are. You can download or print out each leaflet. Speak to your family, friends, carers, or your mental health team and ask them to explain anything that is unclear to you.
Mental health support for veterans
Visit here for information published on the NHS website about mental health support available for veterans.
The NHS has also published a leaflet about Mental Health Care for Veterans to coincide with Armed Forces Day 2018.
World Health Organisation factsheets
The World Health Organisation has updated the following factsheets during April 2016: