Hear to Help is a community helpline that allows anyone a safe, confidential space to talk through feelings such as low mood, anxiety or isolation.
Lines are open seven days a week, from 8am and 8pm. Call (01423) 856 799.
Order a free pack of note cards and pop one in the post to someone you care about. They may be experiencing grief, loneliness, anxiety or just finding things particularly difficult. Whatever the reason, a little note can mean a lot.
Our aim is for the services we offer to help each person affected by terminal illness with what matters most to them.
Living with a terminal illness can affect a person in many different ways; from changes to their body, their relationships and their independence to differences to their sense of self, their social life and their confidence. Saint Michael’s exists to help people cope with any challenges they may face, so that they can live life to the full, to the end.
Our doctors and nurses can help relieve a person’s symptoms, while our physiotherapist and occupational therapist can assist an individual to find new ways of managing day-to-day living or taking part in the things they enjoy. We also have many other professionals on hand who can ease pressures around money or housing or help a person explore meaning in their life.
Our Wellbeing Team can offer ways to bring comfort to the friends and family of our patients, supporting their needs alongside their loved ones, and helping them come to terms with their changing circumstances.
Hear to Help provides support and advice to those who are feeling anxious or struggling with their emotional wellbeing.
It is available to children, young people and adults across the Harrogate District, Hambleton, and Richmondshire, seven days a week between 8am-8pm.
Call (01423) 856 799.
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