Mental Health

If you want help for a mental health issue, firstly remember you're not alone and there is help for you. In the first instance, ask your GP.

There is also further information on this website (see the list below)

For children and young people and their family/carers

Anxiety, depression or stress

Eating disorders


Or you can try our database of great local voluntary organisations which provide support:

There are also some great online resources at NHS Choices including Apps

pdf Norfolk and Waveney Adult Mental Health Strategy Final (2.07 MB)
Veterans Mental Health

Veterans from across Norfolk are being invited to drop-in to two new groups which offer specially-tailored help for a wide range of mental health conditions as well as access to a raft of other support services. Organised by former army guardsman Luke Woodley in conjunction with Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT), the groups give veterans the chance to meet, share experiences and access any help they may need. Find out more at

NHS Norwich CCG's commitment to mental health

NHS Norwich CCG currently invests more than 18% of its budget into mental health services. About 50% of this funding is spent with Norfolk and Suffolk NHS FT. The rest is spent with other specialist NHS Trusts that provide mental health services, on medicines, continuing healthcare and with voluntary/third sector organisations.

Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme

NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Norfolk and Waveney are part of the national Learning Disability Mortality Review (LeDeR) programme, commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership on behalf of NHS England, and delivered by the University of Bristol.
The LeDeR Programme aims to make improvements to the lives of people with learning disabilities through reviewing the modifiable factors that may be associated with a person’s death. The programme will also collate and share the anonymised information about the deaths of people with learning disabilities so that common themes, learning points and recommendations can be identified and taken forward into policy and practice improvements.

For more information about the LeDeR Programme, visit the University of Bristol’s website:

pdf Norfolk and Waveney Learning Disability Mortality Review Programme Easy Read Annual Report 2018 19 (1.11 MB)

pdf Norfolk and Waveney Learning Disability Mortality Review Programme (1.11 MB)

pdf Easy read information sheet V4 (595 KB)

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