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Providing free Mental Health
Services to Birmingham and
Solihull Residents

If you’re looking for additional support, need to see someone about mental health today, or are looking for alternative options to access mental health help, we are here to help



Living Well Consortium are supporting the Kickstart Scheme by offering job placements to those aged 16-24 on Universal Credit.

FREE sporting and creative activities
for 11-18 year olds

Living Well Group are supporting Young People aged 11-18 to access FREE sporting and creative activities.

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If worries around Coronavirus are taking their toll on your mental health please give us a call.

Free Mental Health Services

Our therapists are here to help and only a phone call away.

0121 663 1217

For crisis support and support outside of the hours 9am – 5pm please call 0121 262 3555

Our free health and wellbeing services are provided by over 30 charities based in the West Midlands

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Operating as both a consortium of over 30 organisations that offer free mental health services in Birmingham and Solihull; and a charity that is boldly leading the charge to make free mental health services focus as much on prevention and resilience, as they do recovery: Living Well’s mission is to ensure that timely access to free mental health services in Birmingham and Solihull is available, so that fewer people are reaching breaking point in the long-run.

With an emphasis on social prescribing, counselling and self-help, talking therapy sessions, creative therapies, wellbeing services, and free mental health services in Birmingham and Solihull, Living Well UK’s vision is to create a sustainable approach to bringing together mental health providers in Birmingham and Solihull’s not-for-profit sector, in order to win and deliver contracts in response to identified priorities.

The combined commitment of the Living Well Consortium members and the Living Well UK charity to delivering free mental health services to Birmingham and Solihull residents sees it operate a Virtual Therapy Room – which is a free online platform with access to wellbeing tips, videos, and expert advice – as well as a helpline and LiveChat function, which both connect you to mental health experts in real-time who can offer free advice and support.

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