Mental health services
If you, or someone you know is suffering with mental health issues, the following services may be able to help:
Bracknell Forest Community Network (BFCN)
The BFCN supports people aged 18 and over living with mental ill-health or experiencing stress, anxiety or low mood to develop their confidence, interests, hobbies, life skills and resilience.
We have dedicated recovery facilitators who support individuals on their recovery
- relationship building
- graded exposure
- confidence building
- anxiety management
- motivational techniques
Who can the BFCN support?
Our recovery facilitators could help if you are experiencing any of the following:
- recovering from an episode of mental ill-health
- social isolation or looking to get out in the community more
- a carer of somebody living with mental ill-health wanting to access the community
- needing practical support and information to get back to independence
Information for professionals
Your GP can offer you advice and treatments to improve your mental health.
Berkshire Healthcare – Talking Therapies service
Talking Therapies offers help for common mental health problems including mild to moderate and moderate to severe, anxiety, depression, stress and phobias. The service also runs regular stress control sessions for the general public locally.
For more information phone 0300 365 2000.
Books on prescription
The Books on Prescription scheme is being run by Bracknell library in conjunction with GP practices to help people with common mental health problems, such as anxiety, depression, phobias and eating disorders to find out more and develop strategies to manage the conditions.
For more information phone Bracknell Library on 01344 423149.
Cruse bereavement service
Cruse help with support, counselling, education, advice and information on bereavement issues.
Counsellors are available by phone on 01344 411919 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandhurst Counselling Service
Counselling service based in Sandhurst. Contact information:
- visit the Sandhurst Counselling Service website
- phone 01252 873030
The Samaritans offer a free telephone helpline, offering emotional support for people in crisis:
- visit The Samaritans website
- call: 116 123 anytime