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We know that times are tough at the moment. So many things have changed. We can't do the things we normally do, see the people we love or go to the places we usually go.

The one thing that hasn't changed is the support and care we can offer. If you're struggling with your mental health, we're here to help.

Feeling down, but not sure why? Take the NHS mood self-assessment

If you're feeling down, but you're not sure what's causing you to feel that way, or you don't know what to do next the NHS has developed a mood self-assessment tool which can help you better understand how you're feeling.

The tool involves answering a series of questions about how you're feeling, and then gives you advice on what to do next.

To take a look at the mood self-assessment tool, click here.

None of these options describe how I'm feeling

That's OK. We are here to help and provide services across Sheffield to support you.

You can access our services by going to see your GP, who will talk to you about what's wrong and suggest a course of action. They may then refer you to one of our services.

Our community mental health services provide support at home to anyone who has complex or ongoing mental health needs.

Or you may be referred to our specialist mental health support services depending on your individual circumstances. They provide specialist therapies or individual support to help you manage your symptoms and live independently.

You can see a full list of our services and the referral criteria here.

Need urgent help?

If you're in a mental health crisis and you need to urgently speak to someone, no matter what time of day or night it is there's always someone for you to speak to.

Remember, if you are in a life threatening position you need to call 999 straight away.

Find urgent help here.

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