IAPT Delivery Providers
Richmond Fellowship – My Time
My Time is an award-winning, pioneering and innovative service user led multi-lingual community mental health service provider working in the Midlands and the Isle of Wight.
In 12 years it has developed community based solutions to increasing levels of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and long-term mental health issues. In December 2015, it became a fully integrated division of Richmond Fellowship.
0121 766 6699
At Citizen Coaching CIC, a social enterprise, we enable adults and young people to live better lives by providing timely, affordable, jargon-free access to counselling, anger management, personal development coaching and employment skills training delivered by a friendly professional team.
0121 314 7075
Spring to Life
Everyone wants to find success and fulfilment in life. Your past experiences sometimes hold you back and affect your relationships, but the good news is, everyone can discover their true value and capabilities.
Emotional well-being underpins your ability to reach your full potential, and is also proven to enhance your physical health.
No matter where you are on your journey, you can learn to make the changes you need. Spring to Life offers a variety of therapeutic services based on well-respected & proven approaches.
07856 277 028
Our Feel-Good Wellbeing Service aims to improve a sense of wellbeing, reduce levels of anxiety and depression, and allow individuals to take control of their lives.
The service is a low level intervention scheme to help promote a happy health mental wellbeing and lifestyle.
0121 663 1559
St Martin’s isn’t just a church in the traditional sense of that word. As well as our regular prayer and worship we try to serve those who need help in as many practical and creative ways that we can.
We have a counselling service run by our sister charity ‘St Martin’s Centre for Health and Healing’ and we try to offer practical help for those who find themselves on the edge of life.
0121 600 6025
We offer services that directly benefit the community such as Counselling and emotional health, health promotion, mental health, early detection and prevention of entering unwanted systems and behaviour such as crime, mental ill-health and a sense of hopelessness.
We also support the efforts of the government and local authority of creating a better, bigger society with family, social and national values.
We do this by adopting the delivery of responsive services, in a professional environment and in a responsive way.
0121 439 9045
Disability Resource Centre
DRC is a charity run by disabled people, for disabled people. Since our inception in 1992, we have helped 85,000 people to regain control over their lives. Our warm and friendly staff, many of whom are disabled themselves, provide inspirational role models to encourage people to make the most of every opportunity.
Our services include:
- Personal skills development
- Information, advice, advocacy and debt advice
- Social & leisure activities
- Employment preparation, volunteering & work experience
0303 040 2040