Additional Support around Wellbeing

The Moray Community Mental Health & Wellness Service – Penumbra

Telephone – 0800 264 3490

Email – moraywellnessservice@penumbra.org.uk

Facebook – @moraycommunitymentalhealth 

Opening hours – Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm

Short-term support when in distress, information, self-management activity, 1-1 community & peer support.

Support level – Medium

Access – Contact via telephone

Speed – Immediate

Identity – Client / Peer

Required insight & autonomy (ability to act independently) – Medium

 

Peer Support Service:

Peer Support is available to anyone in Moray aged 16 years and over.

First contact is made via telephone or email, responded to by a dedicated co-ordinator, their job is to support you to establish if support by us is required or we can help you find the most suitable support that meets your needs.

 

Self-Harm Awareness Training

Check our Facebook page for future monthly dates.  Contact the service to book your place.

 

Bespoke Wellbeing Workshops:

Wellbeing workshops offer a group of people, with a likeminded outcome or recognised need, to come together to learn wellbeing tips.  These Wellbeing workshops are held at the request of a specific group of people.

To access the service or find out further information please call us free on 0800 234 3490 or email us at moraywellnessservice@penumbra.org,uk.  You can also find more information on our Facebook page – @moraycommunitymentalhealth

 

Young Minds

www.youngminds.org.uk

This is a UK wide charity committed to supporting the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They offer advice and support for children, young people, parents/carers and any other adults who may have worries about the emotional problems, behaviour or mental health of a child or young person up to aged 25. They provide a free and confidential on line or telephone support service.

 

Future You

www.thefutureyou.org.uk

This is an on-line resource to help young people overcome the barriers that are stopping them from getting into education, employment or training, or making it difficult to stay in them. Their aim is to provide young people with all the skills and support they need to get into education, employment or training. FutureYou aims to provide support whenever it is needed through live chat and private messaging.

 

MindFull

www.mindfull.org.uk

This is an on-line resource for 11-17 year olds. It provides support, information and advice about mental health and emotional wellbeing to help young people overcome life’s ups and downs and feel more confident and happy about who they are. MindFull is online so help from trained mentors and counsellors are available whenever needed as well as self help resources.