Mental Health - Overview

  • An overview of our Mental Health Services.

  • Address: Various locations across Coventry and Warwickshire


We offer a range of mental health and wellbeing services across Coventry and Warwickshire*.  The tabs above link to different services providing different levels of support from self-help through to crisis point.  Just click on the tabs to see more information and find the right service for you.

It's important to remember that if you are struggling to cope, urgent mental health support is available across Coventry and Warwickshire 24/7.  Call the freephone number 08081 966798 (see the process of the Mental Health Access Hubs).  If you have seriously harmed yourself or are considering this, call 999 or ask someone to call 999 for you.

*NHS Talking Therapy is also provided in Solihull

Mental Health Access Hubs

Three local Mental Health Access Hubs (MHAH) serve people living in Coventry and Warwickshire.  They will clinically triage all patients and support those in urgent need of care.  Others will be referred to other NHS services or partner organisations for support.

GPs or other professionals can refer you into mental health services or you can call yourself if you feel you need urgent mental health support.  MHAHs are open 24/7 365 days a year.

For urgent help 24/7, visit:

Visit Mental Health Access Hubs

Mental Health Support Helpline

This is a free and confidential 24/7 emotional support helpline for residents of Coventry and Warwickshire. 

The trained helpline team can help if you are feeling low, anxious or stressed; in emotional distress; finding it difficult to cope while caring for another; feeling socially isolated or looking for advice on your mental wellbeing.

Visit Mental Health Support Line (Coventry)

Visit Mental Health Support Line (Warwickshire) 

Rise, Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service

Rise are NHS-led services providing emotional wellbeing and mental health support for children and young people in Coventry and Warwickshire.

This site provides information about the services and provides resources to help parents and carers, as well as children and young people.

For urgent help 24/7, visit:

Visit Rise

NHS Talking Therapies

If you’re feeling anxious or depressed the Healthy Mind Service can help.  It is a free NHS Talking Therapy service for people aged over 16 who are registered with a GP in Coventry, Warwickshire or Solihull.

No need to visit your GP, you can refer yourself into the service.

The site also contains self-help guides and resources and links to other local services which can help.

Visit NHS Talking Therapies

Recovery and Wellbeing Academy

The Academy offers a wide range of free courses and workshops designed to empower your mental health and wellbeing.  Courses are delivered face to face and online,  are free of charge, and open to anyone over 18 living in Coventry and Warwickshire who wants to better manage or understand their mental health and wellbeing.  There are no tests, exams or assessments, this is just learning to help you help yourself or someone you care about.

Visit Recovery and Wellbeing Academy

Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing Tool

Dimensions is a free online tool providing self-care information to support adults, children and young people in Coventry and Warwickshire. 

You rate yourself or another person against a number of dimensions related to health and wellbeing.

The Dimensions tool creates a report with information about self-care, local services, websites, video, books and apps.

Visit Dimensions

Dear Life

If you feel suicidal, are worried about someone who may be, or have been lost someone to suicide, this website can help.

It provides details of Coventry and Warwickshire local and national resources and local services which can help.

Visit Dear Life


Mend the gap Logo Organisations from across the NHS, the voluntary sector and beyond are coming together for the next Mend the Gap event, which will showcase the support available locally, to people struggling with their mental health. The next will be held at Bedworth Football Club on Wednesday 22 March 2023.

The one-day ‘Mend the Gap’ event will bring together a range of NHS services and charities, including Sky Blues in the Community, Mind Coventry and Warwickshire, Rethink, the Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust (CWPT) as well as other smaller local organisations.

The event will be open to the public at 1.00pm to drop in anytime until 4.15pm. They will see various organisations talking about the support they offer and how it can be accessed. It will also be an opportunity for people attending to network and make connections with others.

The event on the 22 March 2023 will follow on from successful ‘Mend the Gap’ over the last 6 months in Coventry in and Warwick. The Trust have co-created and co-hosted the events with Willenhall Men’s Support Group who meet at Hagard Community Space.

Full details available on this poster