West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership

West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership

Support Services

For people in need of mental health support.

Who are these services relevant to?

These services are aimed at supporting people who may be experiencing anxiety, depression or other issues which are having an impact on their mental health & wellbeing.

If you are unsure if a service is what you need, get in touch with the providing organisation through the details on their service or our Contact Page and they will be happy to provide advice and guide you to support that’s right for you.

The partners

Our partnership is led by Groundwork North East & Cumbria. For more information about the organisations delivering the support services, please visit our About Us page.

Need Help Now

If you are in crisis and need immediate help, please visit our Crisis Page
by clicking the Get Help Now button.

Welcoming the North Cumbria Recovery College to the WCMHP website!

We are always updating our website with new services, so to make our latest or upcoming additions stand out we’ll be featuring them here. Be sure to check back regularly for more updates!

If you represent a mental health organisation and wish to get in touch about having your support information listed on our website or find out more about the West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership, please send us a message via our contact form.

North Cumbria Recovery College

From TogetherWe

Providing courses to adults aged 18+ that help individuals better manage their mental and physical health and wellbeing, increasing hope and resilience...

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Services for 18 and over

These support services are available to people aged 18 and over. If you’re interested or unsure if any of our services are right for you, get in touch with the provider for help and advice via our Contact Us page.

Mindline Cumbria

From Carlisle & Eden Mind

Mindline cumbria provides practical information about mental health, services and support. They can help you understand your situation better, explore your options or just be there to listen....

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Confidential Alcohol & Drug Support For Family & Friends

From CADAS

Confidential addiction services for young people Here at CADAS we understand the impact a person’s substance use can have on their loved ones or carers. Our Family &...

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CONNECT Mental Health Drop In

From AlwaysAnotherWay

CONNECT Mental Health Drop-in Weekly sessions every Friday at 12-1:30pm in Whitehaven. An informal group setting where you can have a cuppa and chat with people in the...

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Spiral – Preventing the Effects of Bullying

From Spiral Cumbria

Spiral’s aim is to prevent the effects bullying has on young people and families by providing emotional education, to give them the tools they can use to manage...

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Services for under 18's

These support services are available for people under 18. If you’re interested or unsure if any of our services are right for you, get in touch with the provider for help and advice via our Contact Us page.

Safety Net

From Safety Net

Safety Net is a charity which supports the recovery of those affected by rape, exploitation, sexual and domestic abuse across Cumbria. We offer advice, support, counselling and therapy...

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Mental Health Support for Young People

From AlwaysAnotherWay

Low level mental health support for young people through 121 support sessions, mentoring, group work, workshops, youth club, schools-based support.

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Alternative and Complimentary coping strategies

From AlwaysAnotherWay

Alternative and Complimentary coping strategies We teach coping skills and management techniques through one to one or group sessions, tailored around the needs of the individual. We also...

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Spiral – Preventing the Effects of Bullying

From Spiral Cumbria

Spiral’s aim is to prevent the effects bullying has on young people and families by providing emotional education, to give them the tools they can use to manage...

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Our Funding

Supporting the work we do

The West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership is led by Groundwork NE & Cumbria and is funded with a grant received from the Cumbria Community Foundation through the Transforming West Cumbria Programme funded by Sellafield Ltd.

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News

Learn more about partnership activities and hear from people we've worked with

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