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Are you really struggling? It's OK not to be OK.
So many people suffer with mental health illness and now, although we live in a society where freedom of speech is promoted and people's thoughts, lives, everything about them appears to be out there for all to see, many are still secretly struggling.
While many improvements have been made in the field of Mental Health it remains a subject a lot of people shy away from. Both sufferers and carers can suffer in silence often not recognising the signs and symptoms or not knowing where to get the right help. It can seem like a minefield of info out there with the mental health system still old fashioned in many ways with the focus on medication, long waiting lists and limited help for both sufferers and carers.
How we can help you
- Aspergers and Autism
- In an emergency
- Mental health in the workplace
- What's troubling you?
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- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
- Mental health
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