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  1. Maternal Mental Health

    This page provides information about: How to find support if you think you might have postnatal depression If you are pregnant and are worried about getting postnatal depression Support for fathers concerned about their mental health How partners, family and friends can support someone with…
  2. Mental Health and Parenting

    Many parents and carers struggle with mental health problems while caring for their children. The key thing is to talk to someone and not be afraid to get some extra support so that you can continue to provide a safe and loving environment for your children. Below we have…
  3. Mentoring Young People

    Young people value mentoring for lots of reasons.  It can help them develop their self confidence, support them through life changes, provide a channel to work through mental health challenges and give them skills for developing their career path. Some of our voluntary and community…
  4. Neurodevelopmental Disorder (NDD) Pathway (East & West Suffolk)

    The Neurodevelopmental Disorder (NDD) Pathway (East & West Suffolk) aims to provide a clear and structured approach to support families who require assistance with supporting a child or young person with neurodevelopmental conditions, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For more information…
  5. NHS Mental Health Crisis Support Line

    The Mental health crisis support line is a 24/7 helpline for people of all ages in Suffolk and Norfolk, who are emotionally distressed, are at breaking point, and need urgent help. Call 111 and press option 2 if you need urgent mental health support. The Crisi line…
  6. Night terrors

    Many children experience nightmares and night terrors, but most grow out of them. They don't cause any long-term psychological harm to your child. Night terrors are very different from nightmares. A child having night terrors may scream and thrash around, and may not recognise you…
  7. Obsessive compulsive disorder

    Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common mental health condition in which a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. It affects men, women and children and can develop at any age. Some people develop the condition early, often around puberty, but it typically develops during…
  8. OCD

    This page contains information about OCD and where to find support. Overview of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) OCD is a common mental health condition where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour. Symptoms can be: Fear of contamination or dirt. Needing things orderly and symmetrical.…
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