Services in Denbighshire

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  1. Advocacy, Advice and Information
  2. Carers
  3. Community Mental Health Teams
  4. Counselling Services
  5. Daytime Services and Activities
  6. Eating Disorder
  7. Hospitals and other Statutory Services
  8. Housing
  9. Mental Health Service User Groups
  10. Police
  11. Sexual Identity
  12. Women
1 Advocacy, Advice and Information

CADMHAS (Conwy and Denbighshire Mental Health Advocacy Service)
Eirianfa Community Centre
Factory Place
Denbigh
LL16 3TS
phone: 01745 813999
email: info@cadmhas.co.uk

Community Advice and Listening line (CALL)
2nd Floor
Trinity House
Trinity Street
Wrexham
LL11 1NL
phone: 0800 132737
email: callhelpline@new-tr.wales.nhs.uk
CALL is an advice and listening line covering the whole of Wales providing emotional support or helpful literature. It has a comprehensive database and is a central point for information on services that may help with mental health problems.
website: www.callhelpline.org.uk

MDF the Bi-Polar Organisation Cymru
22-29 Mill Street
Newport
Gwent
NP20 5HA
phone: 01633 244244
email: mdf.wales@btclick.com
Offers support, help and advice to people with manic depression, their families and carers. A number of small groups exist across north Wales. Contact head office for more details

PAPYRUS (Prevention of Suicides)
Ty Celyn
New Brighton Road
Sychdyn
Mold
Flintshire
phone: 0870 170 4000 (HOPEline)
Support, advice and help for those families who have been affected by suicide.

Standing Ground Helpline
phone: 0845 602 3694
A confidential telephone helpline service providing support and a listening ear to adult survivors of abuse. Can provide sign posting to other services and free literature to help manage day to day.

Unllais Conwy and Denbighshire
Eirianfa Community Centre
Factory Place
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3TS
phone: 01745 816711
email: admin@unllais.co.uk
Voluntary sector mental health development, information and training agency covering North Wales.
website: www.unllais.co.uk

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2 Carers

Hafal Denbighshire
Hafod
Beechwood Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3EU
phone: 01745 443050
email: denbighshire@hafal.org
Hafal Denbighshire helps people with severe mental illness and their families to worktowards recovery. All our services are underpinned by Hafal's Recovery Programme which empowers clients and families to take control of their lives and achieve recovery.
website: www.hafal.org

North East Wales Carer Information Service (NEWCIS)
Ty'r Binwydden
Clayton Road
Mold
Flintshire
CH7 1ST
phone: 01352 751436
Information and support service for informal carers.

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3 Community Mental Health Teams

Community Mental Health Team
Trefeirian Day Centre
Treferian
Love Lane
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3LY
phone: 01745 814 994
Provides community based mental health services for adults with severe or enduring mental health problems.

Hafod Community Mental Health Team
Beechwood Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3EU
phone: 01745 443050
Provides community based mental health services for adults with severe or enduring mental health problems.


Vale of Clwyd Community Mental Health Team
Noddfa Middle Lane
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3UR
phone: 01745 813138
Provides a community based mental health services for adults with severe or enduring mental health problems.

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4 Counselling Services

North Wales Cruse
St. David's Priory
Richmond Hill
Holyhead
Ynys Mon
LL65 2HH
phone: 0870 2402758
email: crusenorthwales@btconnect.com
One to one bereavement counselling, family and couples bereavement counselling, pre bereavement support, crisis support, support group, training.
website: http://www.cruse.org.uk/

Relate North Wales
8 Rivieres Avenue
Colwyn Bay
Conwy
LL29 7DP
phone: 01492 533920
Counselling and sex therapy service for individuals and couples, family mediation. phone for an appointment.

Stepping Stones
PO Box 2
Wrexham
LL11 1WY
phone: 01978 352717
email: stepping1stones@btconnect.com
Offers group work and individual counselling to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
website: http://steppingstonesnorthwales.btck.co.uk/

The Churches' Counselling Service in Wales
phone: 01437 764384
Offers help to anyone who feels that they need someone to talk to. Confidential, personal service offered by well trained and supervised counsellors working throughout Wales.

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5 Daytime Services and Activities

Cae Dai Trust
The Lawnt
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 4SU
phone: 01745 812107
Registered charity which provides a friendly atmosphere for people with psychiatric and social problems.

Depression Alliance Cymru
11 Plas Melin
Westbourne Road
Witchurch
Cardiff
CF14 2BT
phone: 02920 692891
email: admin@dacymru.org
Run a network of self help groups throughout Wales. Telephone information, many leaflets and booklets, occasional conferences, seminars and workshops - for service providers as well as service users.
website: www.depressionalliance.org

Hafod Mental Health Resource Centre
Beechwood Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
phone: 01745 443050
A resource centre for people with mental health problems.

Healthy Living Centre
London Road
Corwen
Denbighshire
LL21 0DP
phone: 01490 412221
Hosts a number of mental health self help and activity groups including a Mind group.

Rural Outreach Service
Vale of Clwyd Mind
4 Rosemary Lane
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3TT
phone: 01745 812461
email: ros@ruralnet.org.uk
Provides confidential support and information to people living in rural Denbighshire affected by mental health problems.
website:www.valeofclwydmind.org.uk

Schizophrenia Association of Great Britain
Bryn Hyfryd
The Crescent
Bangor
Gwynedd
LL57 2AG
phone: 01248 354048
email: info@sagb.co.uk
Information service for sufferers of schizophrenia and families, carers, and partners.
website: www.sagb.co.uk

St Winifred’s Day Centre
Brighton Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3HN
phone: 01745 336363
A social services day centre for people with serious mental health problems.

TOC H Friendship Circles
23 Westbourne Avenue
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1EG
phone: 01745 342509
email: rhylhouse@toch.org.uk
Runs a community house in Rhyl. This is an open access drop in. Also run friendship circles which aim to bring people together in the community.

Trefeirian Day Centre
Love Lane
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3LY
phone: 01745 814994
Provides day services for adults with severe or enduring mental health problems.

Vale of Clwyd Mind
Unit 16
Glan Aber Industrial Estate
Vale Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 2PL
phone: 01745 336787
email: vocm@btconnect.com
A mental health charity offering a range of support services for people experiencing mental health problems within
Denbighshire.
website: www.valeofclwydmind.org.uk

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6 Eating Disorder


Overeaters Anonymous
c/o Hafod Community Mental Health Team
Beechwood Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3EU
phone: 01745 443050

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7 Hospitals and other Statutory Services

Ablett Psychiatric Unit
Glan Clwyd Hospital
Bodelwyddan
Denbighshire
LL18 5UJ
phone: 01745 585 484

Llys Marchan Rehabilitation Unit
Mwrog Street
Ruthin
Denbighshire
phone: 01824 705060
For people with long term serious mental illness requiring rehabilitation.

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8 Housing

Anheddau Cyf.
Bron Derw
Garth Road
Bangor
Gwynedd
LL57 2RT
phone: 01248 372330
email: post@anheddau.co.uk
Support services for individuals with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health problems.

Cymdeithas Tai Hafan
155 Wellington Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1LE
phone: 01745 336524
email: enquiries@tai-hafan.co.uk
Charitable Housing Association providing temporary accommodation and/or support to disadvantaged women and
children across Wales.
website: http://www.hafancymru.co.uk/

North Wales Housing Association
Plas Blodwell
Broad Street
Llandudno Junction
Conwy
LL31 9HL
phone: 01492 572727Y

Gelli Housing Project
61 Vale Street
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL13 3AP
phone: 01745 813558
email: ygelli@vocm.freeserve.co.uk
24 hour care home for people with mental health problems.
website:www.valeofclwydmind.org.uk

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9 Mental Health Service User Groups

MDF - the Bi-Polar Organisation Cymru
C/o Hafod
Beechwood Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3EU
phone: 01745 351 505
Offers support, help and advice to people with manic depression, their relatives and carers.

North Denbighshire Survivors Network
C/o Vale of Clwyd Mind
12 Windsor Street
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1BW
phone: 01745 354 787
email: ndsn@lineone.net
Information sharing, attending conferences, planning of mental health services, providing patients with facilities in Ablett unit, lobbying. Facilitates Patients Council in the Ablett Unit.

Reflections
Rural Outreach Service
c/o Vale of Clwyd Mind
4 Rosemary Lane
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3TT
phone: 01745 812461
Provides mutual support for service users and aims to improve services through user representation. Holds a weekly drop in. Contact Reflections for further details.
website: www.valeofclwydmind.org.uk

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10 Police

Central Family Protection Unit
phone: 01745 588745
Based in St Asaph covering Central region of the Force. In cases of emergency dial 999.

Mental Health/Health Liaison Officer
phone: 01745 588491

11 Sexual Identity

Male Rape Support Helpline for Wales
phone: 01248 355633
Provide emotional support, information on local and national services and free literature on a range of subjects, symptoms and treatments. The helpline is open to anyone who has experienced male rape/abuse.

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12 Women

Glyndwr Womens Aid
12-14 Hall Square
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3NU
phone: 01745 814 494
email: glyndwrwomensaid@tiscali.co.uk
Support information and refuge if required for women and their children, if any, experiencing domestic abuse

Rhyl and District Women's Aid
26 Wellington Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1BN
phone: 01745 337104
email: rhylwa@btconnect.com
Information, support, refuge, resettlement or outreach service for women and their children escaping, or living with domestic abuse.

Rhyl Young Womens Project
Tai Hafan
17/17a Crescent Road
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1TF
phone: 01745 360530
email: diane@tai-hafan.co.uk
Support vulnerable young women between 16 and 25.

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Date written: May 2007
Date for review: May 2010
Page last updated 16/09/16