Adult Services

There are many reasons why someone may struggle and poor mental health can affect us all and in lots of different ways.

We know everyone is unique. That’s why the mental health support we provide will be personal to you.

What will happen when I contact FDAMH?

When you contact us, you will be offered a first appointment, which is normally a phone call. Together we will talk about what sort of support will suit you best and plan a way forward.

If FDAMH isn’t the right place for you, we’ll tell you about other services instead.

What sort of support will I receive?

Our team offers a variety of services and it’s important to match you with the right support at the right time.

You might only use one type of support, or you might use a combination of services from FDAMH as you move along in your recovery.

This may include:

Social Prescribing
Social Prescribing considers all aspects of your daily life, and our practitioners work with clients to focus on what goals they want to work towards.
Groupwork
In our group work courses participants learn more about their mental health, increase self-awareness and learn self-management skills. We have a selection of courses running throughout the year.
Counselling
Our short-term counselling offers you a supportive space to talk openly about past and present issues where a counsellor can help to explore and understand these better.
Social activities
Our Social Spark service aims to reduce the impact of isolation and offer a fun variety of safe and friendly groups in several settings.
Acute support
This service is here to help, now. We offer a safe space to cope with the current crisis and to enable clients to take the next step in their journey of recovery.

The main thing is that we’ll make sure the support you receive is tailored to your needs.

If you or someone you care about may need some help or if you are unsure of where to turn, please get in touch. We’re here to help.

How can I refer myself or someone else to FDAMH?

Click ‘need support’ to fill in our referral form and a member of our team will be in touch to arrange an appointment. If you are making a referral for someone else, please make sure that they have given their consent.

Referral Forms

If you need to refer yourself or someone else, please use the form below and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Alternatively please call us on 01324 671 600.

Looking for something specific?

Need Support?

If you need to refer yourself or someone else, please use the options below and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Alternatively you can give us a call on 01324 671 600.

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