Adult mental health
If you have a concern about your mental health or the mental wellbeing of someone close to you which is causing difficulties in everyday living, you may be able to get help.
What are mental health problems?
Common problems may be:
- panic disorders
More complex problems include:
- bi-polar disorder
- post traumatic stress disorder
- personality disorder
Untreated mental health conditions can lead to activities or behaviours that are physically harmful such as self harm, physical neglect, alcohol and drug use or suicide.
Anyone with these concerns should first contact their GP, who may then make a referral to specialist mental health support services.
Joint Mental Health Commissioning Strategy 2013-18
The joint Mental Health Commissioning Strategy says how Bracknell Forest council, local NHS and other partners will work together to meet the needs of people who need support with their mental health. The Bracknell Forest strategy (PDF, 3590kb) considers what local people need as well as thinking about what national strategies and policies say is important.
The Green Gym
The Green Gym® is a free service which combines gardening activities with fun exercise trails to improve the mental and physical well-being of those struggling with low to moderate mental health problems, in particular those struggling with depression, stress, anxiety and dementia.