Emotional Wellbeing Support

Find out the best organisation that can help you with your needs.


NHS Support

Find help and advice from the NHS here.

 advice and support for parents who have children or teenagers with mental health problems.


Parents Helpline 0808 802 5544

Young Minds offer three different services to parents and carers who are concerned about their child’s mental health, up to the age of 25



Your online mental health community

Kooth – Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people from Kooth on Vimeo.

Your online mental health community, offering free , safe and anonymous online support for young people.



Prevention of young suicide     0800 068 4141

Are you, or is a young person you know not coping with life? For confidential suicide prevention advice contact HOPELINEUK. Open 9am-12am (midnight) every day of the year. For children and young people under the age of 35.

24/7 mental health crisis line

24/7 mental health crisis lines now free to call


North West Boroughs Healthcare has upgraded its existing 24/7 mental health crisis lines to Freephone numbers. This means they are now free to call from both landlines and mobile phones.


The new dedicated phone numbers are:

  • 0800 051 3253  for people living in Wigan
  • 0800 051 1508  for people living in Halton, Knowsley, St Helens and Warrington


The crisis lines provide support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to people of all ages, including children and young people, who need urgent mental health support. You do not need to be known to our services to contact our crisis lines, they are available for patients and public.


Please be assured, anyone who dials the original local numbers will still reach our mental health crisis teams first time, without the need to be diverted. However, calls made to the original numbers will be charged.


More information and FAQs about the crisis line for professionals can be found at: https://www.merseycare.nhs.uk/urgent-help

0800 051 1508



Is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for people experiencing mental health crisis. Find out more information  here

NSPCC: 01925 633492

Works directly with vulnerable children and families.


Wired Adult Carers 


Wired Adult Carers services; are commissioned to provide support to carers to assist them in their caring role.

Free services include:

Emotional support, information and advice.

Signposting and referring to other local services


Support with hospital discharge

24 hour emergency card

Leisure card

For more information contact 01925 633492

Wired Young Carers 

We support young carers who are aged 18 or under and look after someone with a disability, illness, mental health condition or addiction.  

We offer:

  • Confidential one-to-one emotional support 
  • Advocacy – support you to ensure that your views, wishes, issues and feelings are heard and understood
  • Inform you of your rights, ensure you understand them and how they can be used to help you and your family 
  • Represent/support at Meetings 
  • You are entitled to a free Emergency Card 
  • You are entitled to a free Leisure Pass (aged 16+) if caring for someone aged 18+
  • A quarterly Young Carers Newsletter and events calendar
  • Trips and activities
  • Support at drop-in sessions, giving you a chance to meet other young carers and access peer support
  • Signpost you to other helpful agencies. 

Who to contact

01925 633492
Freephone: 0800 731 694

Warrington Parent Carers 

WarrPAC are a warm and welcoming group of volunteers, each with a lived experience of caring for a child or young person with disabilities and additional needs. We can help by signposting families to the right services and sharing a wealth of information, whether your child has a diagnosis, or you’re just starting to look for information.

We run sessions and events where parents can chat and share knowledge and experiences with other families in similar situations. WarrPAC listen to families to find out what’s important to them and take their views to those who plan and provide services in Warrington, working in partnership to help improve the quality of life for our children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

For more information contact Warrington Parents and Carers on 07581 302 172 or email warrpac@gmail.com

Who to contact

07921 629764

Peer Talk

PeerTalk’s vision is to establish a UK wide network of volunteer facilitated peer support group meetings for people who experience depression and to offer support to their families.

In addition to establishing peer support group meetings, PeerTalk aims to inform and equip individuals and communities to make a positive response to mental health issues. 

It is often the case that people who experience mental health issues also face difficulties in wider society through discrimination, intolerance and injustice. PeerTalk will seek to inform and equip communities to be confident in supporting people through such issues and enabling the communities to challenge the stigma associated with depression and poor mental health. We do this through promoting a positive narrative around mental health through social media and roadshows.

Phone: 01925 401 720 (Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-4:30pm)
Fax: 01925 401 729
Address: 51 Bewsey Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 7JQ
(Postal address: Ribban Court, 20 Dallam Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 7NG)
Opening hours: Monday – Thursday 8am – 7:30pm, Friday 8am – 4:30pm (excluding Bank Holidays)

Download a referral form


Get Warrington Talking is a new local initiative, supported by Warrington Speak Up, aiming to end the stigma and discrimination around mental health in Warrington.

Through a range of community activities, events, and social media messaging, local champions will support people to engage in a conversation and raise the profile of mental health by sharing their lived experience and tackling negative attitudes.

Our collective aim, in partnership with other organisations, is to create in Warrington a culture of awareness, understanding and support around mental health.

We would love you to join with us in this campaign to Get Warrington Talking.

For more information and to find out how you can get involved please contact Pip on 01925 246938 or email on GWT@warringtonspeakup.org.uk

Warrington Speak Up


Through a range of self-advocacy and creative project work, we work with people with a learning disability and/or autism, building their confidence, knowledge and skills to speak up about the things that are important to them.

Whether advocating on behalf of yourself or a group of people, we believe self- advocacy can improve quality of life, influence decision making, impact legislation and possibly change the world!

Directions for Men


We are a support group for men who are struggling emotionally. They may have anxiety or depression or just don’t feel that they are coping particularly well in their daily lives.

We will meet at least weekly and up to three times per week if demand requires it. We can also provide support over the telephone, by text message or chat through Facebook as well as meeting on a one-to-one basis. Each of our sessions follow a similar model. We will begin with a round of introductions and we will ask men to share what is troubling them and the impact it is having. We will talk through options and try to come up with an action plan to solve that problem or reduce the negative emotions it is causing. Men will then break in to smaller groups to explore their problem in more depth. Finally we will conclude by putting in place a plan to keep themselves safe until the next meeting.

We ultimately want the men to develop a supportive network with other men undertaking activities to maintain their wellbeing following the five ways to wellbeing methodology.