If you are worried about your own or someone else’s mental health call the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 24/7 NHS mental health response line on 0800 038 5300. It's free to access by anyone, any age, any time, day or night.
There are many organisations across Cornwall and nationally who are able to support people with a variety of concerns that can have an impact on mental health. Download our helpful list of contact details to see who is available to help.
There is advice running bereavement groups and is available to download, which was jointly edited by Anne Embury of Outlook South West.
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund
A number of projects have benefitted from funding via the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund, which supported innovative community-based projects to help reduce the numbers of people taking their own lives.
Find out more about the Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund
Posters and leaflets
How Are You Really Feeling - you can request leaflets and holders by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental wellbeing guides
Find guidance to help improve your mental wellbeing or provide support for someone else. This page includes:
- easy read guides
- large print guides
- British Sign Language guides
- guides translated into a number of languages.
If you want to know what Cornwall Council and our partners are doing to reduce suicide as part of the Towards Zero Suicides partnership, sign up to the Towards Zero Suicides newsletter.
Mental Health Safety Plans
If you would like some mental health safety plans for yourself or your organization, please download our A4 plans from our Mental Health Safety Planning page or email email@example.com to order plans in Z Cards.