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Free Counselling Support for Derbyshire

Relate Derby has been commissioned by NHS England to provide counselling services free to residents of Derby and Derbyshire and these can be accessed immediately.  

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Relate Derby (www.relatederby.org.ukare delivering all counselling services remotely via webcam and telephone.   Contact them on 01332 349177 or 07741193484  email info@relatederby.org.uk

Support for children and young people’s (age 5-18) emotional health and wellbeing.

If you know a child or young person who is experiencing depression, low mood, stress, panic or anxiety, or need wider emotional support due to the impact of the Covid -19 pandemic then please refer them to Relate Derby. Specially qualified counsellors are ready to assist. This is a free service, currently with no waiting list, so people can get access to a qualified counsellor straight away.

Counselling for people affected by Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC)

Relate Derby has a special project called ‘Living Well with Autism’ (LWA) which supports people with ASC who are wanting to explore their own relationships and people who have a family member with ASC. This service  is free to people who are living in Derbyshire. For more information  please  visit  the dedicated website  www.livingwellwithautism.org.uk

Free Telephone Helpline (0808 178 9363)

This has been extended and is now running on Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am -1pm.  Thanks to Foundation Derbyshire for their financial support. The helpline gives people the opportunity to speak directly to an experienced Relate trained counsellor without having to make an appointment.  Calls are free from landlines and most mobiles. If you are not sure whether or not you will be charged, check with your mobile provider to confirm that 0808 calls are free before calling.

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