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Mental Health

Mental Health

There is a variety of support around mental health for people in Bristol and the surrounding areas, including specific support around pregnancy and parenting, gender identity, and Black, Asian and Ethnic minority communities.


Avon and Wiltshire Partnership - Inpatient and community-based mental health care and specialist services

Call: 01225 325 680


Bristol Mental Health -Links to various mental health services


Changes Bristol- Mental Health peer support group

Call: 0117 941 1123



Mind- Aims to promote a positive view of mental health and provide services that are accessible, relevant and empowering to people using them.

Call: 0117 980 0370 or 0808 808 0330



Mindline Trans+- Emotional support and signposting for trans and non-binary people

Call: 0300 330 5468


Mothers for Mothers - Perinatal mental health support

Call: 0117 359 366



NaosTherapy for children and adults who have experienced trauma. Culturally diverse therapists to meet the needs of our diverse city

Call: 07908122461



Nilaari - Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic led community-based emotional wellbeing and mental health charity

Call: 0117 952 4742



Samaritans24 hour support line for people needing support for their mental health

Call: 116 123


Thrive Bristol- Bristol's ten year programme to improve the work force's mental health and wellbeing



VitaMinds - a service that works in partnership with the NHS to offer a range of short-term psychological therapies known as IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) to adults 16-years and over, who live and are registered with a GP in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

VitaMinds is a free service and you do not need to visit your GP to get help. 

Call 0333 200 1893 or self-refer online



“Guide to Menstrual Cycles & Mental Health”

Menstrual Cycles & Mental Health | Yoppie

It offers plenty of valuable information such as:

  1. The link between menstrual cycles and mental health and how mood, sleep, and energy levels are affected during periods.
  2. Understanding premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and its more severe form premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) - their physical and emotional effects, what to look out for, and how PMS and PMDD symptoms mimic other mental health conditions.
  3. Useful self-care tips and wellbeing advice during your cycle - how the right diet, exercise, emotional and stress management practices help, and other useful advice and resources for women.