Advocacy and advice

  • Cloverleaf provides advocacy services for people with mental health needs and carers within North East Lincolnshire. An advocate can help people to have their voice heard and rights respected. Services users or carers can self-refer or be referred by a professional. Visit the Cloverleaf Advocacy website
  • Citizens Advice offer advice and representation on issues like benefits, debt and housing. Visit the Citizens Advice website


Carer Support

  • The North East Lincolnshire Carers Support Service helps all adult carers who care for an adult or child with additional needs and offer a wide range of services to support carers, including information and advice, wellbeing activities and befriending. Visit the Carers Support Service website
  • The North East Lincolnshire Carers Strategy outlines the vision for carers in our community. Read the strategy
  • Alzheimer's Society offers information, advice and support for people with Alzheimer's and their carers. Call 0300 222 11 22 or visit the Alzheimer's Society website
  • Carers Trust work in partnership with a network of local centres and provide informatin, advice and support to people caring for a loved one. Visit the Carers Trust website
  • If you're looking for free help and advice, contact Carers UK who make lives better for people who care across the United Kingdom. Visit the Carers UK website
  • Mencap give information and advice to people with a learning diability, along with their families and carers. Visit the Mencap website




Mental Health

  • If you're experiencing a mental health crisis or just need to talk to someone about your mental health, you can call North East Lincolnshire's 24/7 mental health line on (01472) 256256 or find out more about the 24/7 line
  • If you need to speak about your mental health but don't want to pick up the phone, text ORANGE to 85258 to message with a trained volunteer. Find out more about our text message support
  • Safespace offers out-of-hours mental health support in the evenings to anyone in North East Lincolnshire, both in-person and virtually. Find out more about Safespace
  • NHS Talking Therapies offer talking therapies and other support to people who are experiencing the effects of stress, anxiety or depression. Find out more about NHS Talking Therapies and self-refer online
  • The Samaritans are here for you around-the-clock - 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. They are free to contact and you don't have to be suicidal to call. Call 116 123 or visit the Samaritans website
  • Rethink gives a wealth of information and advice relevant to people affected by severe mental illness. Visit the Rethink website


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