West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership

West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership

All Services

For people in need of low level mental health support.

Our range of services are aimed at supporting people who may be struggling with anxiety, depression or other issues which are having an impact on their mental health and wellbeing.

If you are unsure if a service is what you need, get in touch with the providing organisation through 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.

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.

Adult Children of Alcoholics

From Adult Children of Alcoholics

Community for people who grew up in alcoholic and dysfunctional homes.

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Togetherall

Togetherall is a free and anonymous online community available 24/7 to all residents aged 16+ living in North Cumbria looking for mental health support and a sense of connection.

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Cumbria Safe Haven

From Richmond Fellowship

Cumbria Safe Haven The Richmond Fellowship are a free mental health service who provide support to anyone over the age of 18 that may be struggling with their mental health...

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Skills@Home

From Home to Work

Skills@Home Skills@Home is a part of the Skills4You project.  For more information on Skills4You click the link below: Skills4You – West Cumbria Mental Health Partnership (wcmhp.org.uk) Skills@Home prepares those Learners...

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Skills4You

From Home to Work

Skills 4 You Skills 4 You offer an open door policy for adults who have never worked, who have been out of work for some time, who are socially isolated...

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Mum’s and mum’s-to-be support group

From The Happy Mum's Foundation

Mum’s and Mum’s-to-be support group We are a social enterprise which hosts support groups for mums and mums-to-be with mental health problems of any kind, in North, East and West...

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Two’s Company Keswick

From Two's Company Keswick

Two’s Company Keswick Two’s Company Keswick launched in the summer of 2021 as a partnership between Churches Together in Keswick and the Keswick Rotary Club with the support of Age...

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Women’s Gambling Support

From GamCare

Women’s gambling support from GamCare Founded in 1997, GamCare is the leading provider of information, advice and support for anyone affected by gambling harms. We operate the National Gambling Helpline,...

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Vulture Club Health and Wellbeing Recovery Centre

From Vulture Club

Vulture Club Health and Wellbeing Recovery Centre On the edge of Whitehaven town centre, the Vulture Club supports its members in their recovery from addiction and social isolation or other...

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Confidential Alcohol & Drug Support For Family & Friends

From CADAS

Confidential alcohol and drug 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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Confidential Alcohol & Drug Services For Adults

From CADAS

Confidential alcohol and drug services for adults CADAS supports anyone who feels their substance use is problematic – and does not require people to be abstinent but does focus on...

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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 help you...

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ICan Be Happy Project

From AlwaysAnotherWay

ICan Be Happy Project Always Another Way are working alongside partner agencies to offer family support and self-help approaches to manage mental health through therapeutic one to ones, group work...

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CONNECT Mental Health Drop In

From AlwaysAnotherWay

CONNECT Mental Health Drop-in An informal group setting where you can have a cuppa and chat with people in the same situation as yourself. Take part in fun activities or...

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Colour Coded LGBTQ+ Support

From AlwaysAnotherWay

Colour Coded LGBTQ+ Support Our LGBTQ+ project for 11–24-year-olds and their families allows a safe space to be themselves, find information and advice, build confidence, and meet others. With planned...

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Mens support group in Whitehaven

From Mind Ya Marras

Mens Support Group in Whitehaven Mind ya Marras is a men’s support group which is open to any men who could do with a warm and welcoming place to go...

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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 difficult situations...

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North Cumbria Recovery College

From TogetherWeTalk

Recovery from mental illness is so much more than just the remission of symptoms.

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Weekly Drop In Sessions

From Healthy Hopes

A relaxed environment where people can come along for a cuppa and a chat on a weekly basis and support each other. Based in Whitehaven, Wigton, Workington and Maryport.

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One to One and Group Sessions

From TogetherWeTalk

1 to 1 and group sessions covering a range of different interventions and techniques.

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Support for Young Care Leavers

From Cumbria Youth Alliance

Cumbria Youth Alliance are able to offer support to young care leavers, to help them transition well into independent living.

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Wellness Walks

From Mental Health North West

Safe, accessible walks led by qualified guides. The walks give people a chance to engage with nature & have a good talk...

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The Wheels of Wellness

From iCan Health and Fitness CIC

The Wheels of Wellness will come directly to you! Our 2-part all-inclusive mobile facility is uniquely designed to give you the skills and motivation needed to empower your health long...

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Millom Safe Space

From Mind in Furness

"Safe Space" is a weekly drop-in session open to anybody aged 18 and over and provides a safe place for anybody experiencing poor mental wellbeing.

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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.

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 help you...

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ICan Be Happy Project

From AlwaysAnotherWay

ICan Be Happy Project Always Another Way are working alongside partner agencies to offer family support and self-help approaches to manage mental health through therapeutic one to ones, group work...

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Confidential Alcohol & Drug Services For Young People

From CADAS

Confidential alcohol and drug services for young people The CADAS team is available to offer friendly and non-judgemental advice surrounding alcohol and drug use or can provide more intensive support...

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Colour Coded LGBTQ+ Support

From AlwaysAnotherWay

Colour Coded LGBTQ+ Support Our LGBTQ+ project for 11–24-year-olds and their families allows a safe space to be themselves, find information and advice, build confidence, and meet others. With planned...

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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 difficult situations...

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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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Positive Role Models Support

From Cumbria Youth Alliance

Working with young men aged 12-16 years, to build positive relationships, support their personal and social development, raise aspirations and build resilience.

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The Wheels of Wellness

From iCan Health and Fitness CIC

The Wheels of Wellness will come directly to you! Our 2-part all-inclusive mobile facility is uniquely designed to give you the skills and motivation needed to empower your health long...

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