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Outreach Services

Our Outreach Service was established in 2000 and works to address mental health issues in the rural community.

What we do:

  • Provide confidential support and information to people affected by mental health problems, including carers, in the Denbighshire area, this can be done individually and in groups.
  • Raise awareness of mental health issues and strive to reduce the stigma and discrimination  attached to mental illness.  We do this by providing talks, information days and training to groups and various local organisations.  Promote more realistic images of mental ill health in the local media and at local events, such as summer shows / festivals.
  • We provide regular outreach activities in rural communities through our Mobile Resource Unit – DORIS.
  • We have built up an expert knowledge base on issues of rurality and mental health and are consulted regularly by many agencies on these issues.

How we can help:

Call us if you would like.....

  • information about any of aspect of mental health, medication,  support or campaigns.
  • to come to any of the Outreach support and social groups.
  • us to visit your local community event with DORIS.
  • us to come and talk to your group/club/school about suicide awareness, mental health issues, attitudes etc.
  • information about issues relating to rurality and mental health.
  • to access specialist training on Suicide Awareness (safeTALK),  Suicide Intervention (ASIST), Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) or Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA).


 

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