We provide mental health services for people living in Teesside, County Durham, Darlington, North Yorkshire and Selby.
This page includes information that you, or someone you have noticed isn’t feeling themselves, could find helpful.
You can self-refer to some services, but others may require you to speak to your GP for a referral.
On this page
- I would like support with stress, worry or low mood
- I would like to talk to someone about how I feel
- I would like to join group wellbeing sessions
- I would like advice and support
- Should I speak to my GP about my mental health?
- Supporting our region’s health and wellbeing
- I am in a mental health crisis
I would like support with stress, worry or low mood
You can self-refer yourself for talking therapies.
Talking therapies in County Durham and Darlington
Visit the Talking Changes website.
Talking therapies in North Yorkshire
Visit the North Yorkshire IAPT website.
Talking therapies in York and Selby
Visit the York and Selby IAPT website.
Talking therapies in Teesside
Visit the Impact on Teesside website.
I am a veteran
I would like to talk to someone about how I feel
Durham Tees Valley listening service
Call 0800 046 1313
North Yorkshire, York and Selby mental health support line
Call 0800 0516 171 (Option 2, then 1).
I would like to join group wellbeing sessions
Join our recovery college
Our ARCH Recovery College in Durham has a range of sessions to people with experience of mental illness, including patients, their family, friends and staff.
Book mindfulness sessions
We offer mindfulness sessions for people who experience repeated episodes of depression or who parent or care for someone with mental ill health or a learning disability.
I would like advice and support
Should I speak to my GP about my mental health?
You may consider booking a GP appointment, if you’ve been feeling down for a couple of weeks or more. They can talk with you and may refer you to services that can help. Your GP can also tell you about antidepressants. You can refer yourself to talking therapies (information above), but some people prefer to speak to their GP first.
Supporting our region’s health and wellbeing
These have their own pages with detailed information and contact details.Browse our services
I am in a mental health crisis
Please call our crisis line 0800 0516171.
It’s available 24/7.What to do in a mental health crisis