Health services across north and mid Hampshire are set to undergo their biggest modernisation programme in 50 years.
This year Mental Health Awareness Week brings a host of unique issues and it’s natural that some people might be struggling.
Doctors are urging people to remember that NHS services are still there for them over the long bank holiday weekend, whatever their need.
While we are all staying at home it can be difficult to know what to do if you need medical help or advice, but local doctors want to remind you that there are a range of services and support available.
A Freephone mental health crisis helpline for children and young people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight has been launched today.
After an unprecedented joint effort to ensure health and care services can respond to the coronavirus pandemic, the message is: if you need medical help – of any kind – the NHS is here to help you.
During the COVID-19 pandemic all routine NHS and private dentistry has stopped. The NHS is continuing to provide urgent and emergency dental care. This will be available to both NHS and private patients.
Leading Hampshire and Isle of Wight mental health charity Solent Mind have launched a free helpline, available to those experiencing poor mental health or wellbeing issues as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Your NHS services are still operating to care for and treat people over this Easter holiday weekend – despite the temporary changes brought in to help tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
Are you or someone you know experiencing a crisis and need urgent mental health support? Call 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk and speak to the NHS Mental Health Triage Service.