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Self-Help Information


Please click HERE for access to the Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group Video Library for a wealth of information regarding diabetes.

Mental Health Resources

General info

Young people (and parents)  – local - local - national – online counselling - LGBT

Drugs and Alcohol

– and YZUP for young people

Eating Disorders


Domestic Abuse


Counselling – self-referral – bereavement support

In Crisis

               Samaritans          Tel: 116 123 (24h free from any phone)

               Community Mental Health Team Tel: 08452077711 (08:30-18:30)

Self-help - free resources – books to buy including the ‘Overcoming’ seres



Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training: ASIST

ASIST provides Suicide First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person at risk. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

ASIST training was brought into Cornwall and Isles of Scilly in 2009 as part of a wider strategy to prevent suicides, and in response to requests for training in how to assess risk and how to talk about suicide




Outlook psychological therapy services are for people aged 16 and above in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

If you are registered with a GP practice in Cornwall, you can access our NHS-funded therapies for mild-to-moderate anxiety and depression.

To register for help with difficulties such as: stress, low mood, worry, anger, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), self-refer using our online registration form by clicking the Oulook logo above.

STRESS BUSTER – Effective ways to control stress

FINDING YOURSELF AGAIN - postnatal support group for mums suffering with low mood.  The group sessions are run on a rolling basis. Mothers can either refer themselves to the sessions, or speak to their GP or Health Visitor about a referral. The service is for mothers suffering with mild to moderate postnatal depression with a baby up to the age of two years old. Please telephone 01208 871 905 for more information.

DOING BETTER - Increase positive mood and wellbeing.
  • Enablement project—helping those recovering from mental ill health to get more from life
  • Vocational workers
  • Worklink




Want to give up smoking??


Want to know more about drugs?

Are you a concerned parent or friend?




Would you like to lose weight?

Would you like a healthier lifestyle?

The website includes a range of tools which patients and staff may find helpful to support overweight and obese individuals.

When someone dies?


When someone dies, you will need to inform a number of people and organisations and complete certain documents needed by law.  Click on the photo above to be redirected to the Council website for further information.

Bereavement Support



Suicide Bereavement Support Group


Updated April 2018

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