Epic Friends is a website developed by Sheffield CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) and Sheffield Children’s Hospital to help young people to get support for themselves support their friends who may be having difficulty coping with their emotions or mental health
HAST provides access to healthcare and support services for homeless people in Sheffield who have mental health problems. It aims to provide an assessment service and, where appropriate, to offer treatment and to give support in establishing tenancies and enabling those users with enduring mental health problems to access and engage with mainstream mental health services.
Referrals are accepted from a wide range of agencies and individuals can also self-refer. Referral forms are available by contacting the HAST office.
Wide range of services available in Sheffield ranging from counselling and psychotherapy to one-on-one support, men’s group and training. Call to talk through which services would best meet your needs.
Run by the charity Together Sheffield. Residential housing project providing accommodation and support for 11 adults with mental health needs. Also offer support service for people in their own homes in the community.
SAYiT works with young people aged 11-25 and professionals to make real lives better. They provide practical support to LGBTQ+ young people, host a parent and carer group and their training helps organisations improve knowledge and address discrimination.
Monday, Thursday and Friday, 6pm-midnight, Saturday-Sunday, 2pm-midnight* - A walk-in service that offers from mental health support in a welcoming, comfortable, non-judgemental, and non-clincal environment
How do we offer support: Clients have a choice of how they can receive support from our staff, and this can be either face to face, phone calls, email or video consultation
What can you expect from us? The Sheffield Support Hub offers free mental health support in a welcoming, comfortable, non-judgmental, and non-clinical environment. Our experienced staff team is available to provide emotional, social and practical support if you are in crisis or feel you are heading toward a crisis situation.
Who is this service for? Anyone aged 16 and over can come to the Sheffield Support Hub – you don’t need a formal referral or appointment.