Mental Health & Wellbeing Support in Angus
Penumbra offer personalised and recovery focused support to all adults (over the age of 16), who are concerned about their mental health and who live in Angus. Based on the belief that recovery is achievable for everyone, Penumbra provide services that are designed to promote positive wellbeing and support people through their individual recovery journeys.
You can get in touch with them at any time to talk about how they can help by calling, emailing or messaging them. There is more information below if you would like to know more about their services.
Call : 01241 873900
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1. Angus Nova Service offers a range of wellbeing support options, suited to differing levels of need. Angus Nova will empower people to manage their own wellbeing by helping people to discover and connect with resources, amenities and meaningful activities within their community.
We encourage people to complete their own application forms; however third party referrals can also be made.
Call: 01241 873900 or click here to email
2. Angus Suicide Prevention and Support Service is available to all adults living in Angus who experience thoughts of suicide or who may have attempted suicide. Support is also available for family members, carers or friends of adults experiencing suicidal thoughts.
Telephone, email and face-to-face support is offered; all of which will promote safety, wellbeing and recovery. Information, guidance and signposting regarding suicide prevention can also be provided. There is no application form or waiting list for this service.
Call: 0800 135 7899 or click here to email
3. Angus Peer Service is delivered from GP Practices in South Angus, including Friockheim, Arbroath, Carnoustie and Monifieth GP Practices. Using their own lived experience of mental health recovery, our team of Peer Workers offer authenticity and a unique insight that can enable and empower positive wellbeing.
Up-to 3 appointments are offered to explore self-management techniques and connect people with community resources or organisations that support their wellbeing. A range of Wellbeing Workshops are also offered at each practice.
Individuals must be over the age of 16 years and registered at one of the above GP Practices to access this service. Appointments and workshop bookings can be made at the GP surgery reception desk.
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(A similar service is provided in North Angus but by another service provider, Hillcrest Futures).
4. Angus Justice Wellbeing Service is available to all males open to the Angus Community Justice Services, aged 16 years and over, who experience challenges with their mental health and wellbeing. Individuals will be supported to develop outcome-based personal recovery plans, which promote self-management and social inclusion. One to one support, as well as a range of wellbeing workshops are offered.
A short application form can be completed, alternatively, individuals can be referred via their Justice Worker.
Call: 01307 492150 or click here to email