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COMBAT STRESS

Is a mental health charity helping veterans, they do one to ones as well as taking veterans into residential treatment centres, in some cases, veterans can take up to 12 years before they seek help! You can contact them on 0800-1381619/ helpline@combatstress.org.uk

RASASC (Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre)

A charity that offer free practical and emotional support to anyone who has been raped or sexually abused, recently or in the past, look after both males and females over the age of 13. You can contact their helpline on 01483-546400 or 0800-0288022/ email www.rasasc-guildford.org

CLEAR VOICE

Is a Social Enterprise that offer translation services for over 90 languages either face to face or via the phone (this is charged at 80p per minute) Will help individuals or NHS. You can contact them on 0800-0820872 or 0800-5200380/ email info@clearvoice.org.uk

PAPYRUS

Prevention of Young Suicide (suicide is the biggest killer for males and females under 35) Many young suicides are preventable.  They exist to reduce the number of young people who take their own lives by shattering the stigma around suicide and equipping young people and their communities with the skills to recognise and respond to suicidal behaviour. You can contact them on 0800-0684141/ text at 07786-209697/ email pat@papyrus-uk.org

CATALYST

Non-profit organisation which works with people across surrey struggling with issues arising from drugs, alcohol and mental health to reduce harm to themselves their families and communities. You can contact them on 01483-590150/ Text 07909-631623/ email info@catalystsupport.org.uk

DrinkCoach Free Alcohol Service across Surrey

DrinkCoach is a new free alcohol service available to Surrey residents aged 18yrs and over who want support to reduce their alcohol intake. DrinkCoach is a professional, convenient and confidential way for people to discuss their drinking and receive guidance from an alcohol treatment specialist. The service if offered to risky drinkers – not those who are alcohol dependent. Bookings for coaching sessions can be made at a time that suits the individual, including evenings and weekends – all that’s needed is a Skype connection. A range of promotional materials are available including posters, leaflets and alcohol scratch cards.

To request materials please email public.health@surreycc.gov.uk. For further information on DrinkCoach and to book an appointment visit Healthy Surrey or contact gail.hughes@surreycc.gov.uk.

Alliance for Better Care.