Mental health in Solihull

What you can do to improve your mental health and how to find help.

How to get urgent mental health help

You can get urgent mental health help from the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Support services are available if you are struggling with suicidal thoughts.

Emotional support

If you need to talk to someone:

  • The Samaritans of Solihull
  • NHS 111 - call 111

Talking it all through

There are times in all of our lives when things can seem to be running away from us. Often, these will be as a result of day to day affairs which we can cope with. If you need a little more help though, there is help available.

For face to face help with issues such as debt, housing and accommodation or other social care issues you can visit the Community Information and Advice Hubs in North and South Solihull.

Getting out and about

If you feel lonely or bored and want help finding meaningful activities, The Solihull Directory may have details of organisations in your area that interest you.

Your GP can also refer you to the Health Exchange which has its own directory of community activities available in the borough.

Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Matters provides support on behalf of the Council.  They offer one-to-one support and group sessions, seven days a week, from community locations in north, central and south Solihull.

You can find out more by:

Solihull Mind

Solihull Mind provides a number of services for people requiring emotional support, including:You can contact Solihull Mind by:

Counselling and psychological services

In Solihull, therapies are provided by the Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service.

You can be referred to IAPT by your GP or refer yourself by: