Depression, Anxiety & Stress
Primary Care Mental Health Team
Their Doing Well, Renfrewshire Primary Care Mental Health Team (PCMHT) offers a primary care service for people with common mental health problems. Their service is provided by healthcare workers offering treatment, information, advice and support.
Telephone: 0141 849 2208
Website: Primary Care Mental Health Team
We all face challenges and struggles that can leave us feeling frightened, overwhelmed or isolated. With the help and support of family and friends, we can usually work through the ups and downs of life. Sometimes that is not enough or friends and family are part of the problem. At The Spark Counselling Paisley, they are there to help you when that happens.
Telephone: 0808 802 0050
Website: The Spark Counselling
At Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland (CBCS) they are here to help you through this difficult time. They are able to listen, offering an impartial ear with no agenda, or they can support you via one-to-one counselling sessions where you can work through your grief.
Telephone: 0845 600 2227
Glennifer Outreach Centre
They provide support for patients and families whose lives have been affected by life limiting illness.
Telephone: 0141 887 5968
Renfrewshire CAMHS team is made up of specialists in clinical psychology, psychiatry and nursing with input from speech and language and occupational therapy teams. It’s their job to assess and treat moderate to severe mental health disorders in children and young people up to 18 years of age. They also offer support and guidance to parents, carers and service partners.
Telephone: 0141 314 8981
Renfrewshire Older People’s Community Mental Health
If you are experiencing problems such as depression, bereavement, anxiety, memory difficulties, phobias, psychosis, stress, mood disorders or drug and alcohol dependency issues, their individual and group programmes are designed to help you move forward from them.
Telephone: 0141 314 7084
Penumbra is one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities. They support around 1800 adults and young people every week and employ 400 staff across Scotland.
Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH)
Anyone can experience a mental health problem or poor mental health: especially now. Whether you’re looking for information or seeking support, SAMH can help.
Recovery Across Mental Health
RAMH provides professional care and services to those affected by mental ill health; depression, self harm, bipolar disorder, anxiety and other conditions. If you think RAMH can help you please get in touch with them directly.
They offer counselling therapy that is not time limited or geographically compromised and give everyone the opportunity to explore problems that may be causing long term distress. Sometimes they have been submerged for so long that when people first come to them, they may be discussing one issue and over time explore more deep rooted issues that are contributing to chronic anxiety or depression. Equally, they offer a speedy response to this who have suffered trauma and loss.
Telephone: 0141 812 8474
Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing, support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
Renfrew Day Centre
Their day centre caters for older people who have dementia or reduced physical capacity. A typical day offers varied activities, which promote social skills and aim to meet your individual, personal and physical needs.
Telephone: 0141 886 5870
Stress and Wellbeing Classes
The stress and wellbeing classes are a hassle free way to relax, beat stress and take control of your life. The course was written by West Dunbartonshire Primary Care Mental Health Team and is delivered by The Richmond Fellowship Scotland. Classes take place throughout the year.
A confidential phone line for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16, feeling low, anxious or depressed.
Telephone: 0800 83 85 87
Samaritans in Scotland
Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal. Call Samaritans free, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Telephone: 116 123