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Mental Health Network

Mental Health Network

​About the Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network provides information, advice and support for people in Jersey on all aspects of mental health.

It is the definitive online network for all of Jersey's mental health services, giving you the right help, in the right place, at the right time.

We're currently working with all mental health providers in the Island to make this online resource fit all your mental health needs.

If you're at immediate risk

If you, or your family member have self-harmed or are at immediate risk call 999.

Acting early to make a difference

We've worked hard to make sure that when you ask for support you get it as quickly as possible.

We're all working together, so whoever you choose to contact, they will make sure that you get the help and support you need.

You can directly contact any of the services listed below.

Hub for Hope

If you don't know where to start, you could look at the Hub of Hope website. This website has lists our services giving you easy access to finding out what they do, how they can help, and how you can contact them.

Alcohol or drug issues

Alcohol and drug service

Advice on how the Alcohol and Drugs Service can help you.

Information on the alcohol and drug service

Silkworth Lodge

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol and/or drug dependency, Silkworth can bring healing and hope to anyone affected by drink or drug addiction.

Silkworth Lodge website

Children and teenagers

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is a mental health assessment and therapeutic service for children and young people up to the age of 18 and their families.

CAMHS

Counselling and emotional support

Jersey Hospice Care

Available to adults and children of all ages in need of support whilst coming to terms with life limiting illness. The service is made up of a team of counsellors, volunteer support workers and student counsellors.

Jersey Hospice Care

Jersey Talking Therapies

A free confidential therapy service and are now in partnership with our third sector organisations to give clients a wider option of support. Confidential psychological interventions for resident adults aged 18 or over. 

In the past you had to go to your GP for a referral to get support from our Jersey Talking Therapies service. Now you can directly contact JTT, getting quick and easier access to the support they offer.

Jersey Talking Therapies

Listening Lounge

A team of counsellors and peer workers provide a range of different support options which can all be accessed free of charge and without the need for a referral. You can visit the lounge anytime during our opening hours and there is no need to make an appointment.

Listening Lounge

Liberate Jersey

Free counselling to anyone who is struggling to cope with the changes to daily life imposed by the pandemic. It is open to anyone living in Jersey and will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

Liberate Jersey website

Samaritans Jersey

Working together to make sure fewer people die by suicide. No judgement. No pressure. For anyone who needs someone.

Samaritans, Jersey website

Domestic abuse

Jersey Domestice Abuse Support

An independent service developed to protect and support victims of domestic and sexual abuse. Qualified Independent Domestic Violence Advisors provide support and advice to develop long-term safety solutions for men, women and their families.

Jersey Domestic Abuse Support website

Jersey Women's Refuge

The Jersey Women's Refuge provides a safe place for women and children to go who are victims of domestic abuse, providing a 24-hour, confidential service, which offers practical and emotional support to women and children suffering from abuse.

Jersey Women's Refuge

Eating disorders

Jersey Eating Disorders Support

The aim of the charity is to provide a safe space where people can come and share their experiences whether you are affected personally or if you are a family member or friend who is concerned about a loved one affected by an eating disorder.

Jersey Eating Disorders Support website

Education and training

Jersey Recovery College

Education and training for people experiencing mental health difficulties and for family, friends and professionals who support them. Courses support adults to enhance their knowledge and understanding of mental health conditions, recovery, wellbeing and life skills.

Jersey Recovery College website

Mental health or capacity issues

Jersey Alzheimer's Association

JAA was formed in 2010 to support everyone in the Island affected by dementia in whatever way. The JAA team will point you in the right direction and offer every support we can to people with dementia, family, friends and carers.

Jersey Alzheimer's Association website

Mind Jersey

Provides support to people living with mental illness. Their vision is of a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all, and that treats people with experience of mental illness fairly, positively and with respect.

Mind Jersey

My Voice

Independent advocacy for mental health in Jersey supporting people who are severely affected by mental illness or lacking capacity, including schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder, depression, personality disorder, dementia.

My Voice website

Phobias, OCD and related conditions

Triumph Over Phobia

Triumph Over Phobia (TOP) Jersey is a self-help group for sufferers of phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and related conditions. They aim to help sufferers overcome their fears and become ex-sufferers. Group meetings are held weekly.

Triumph Over Phobia website

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