Community Advice & Listening Line
Offers emotional support and information/literature on Mental Health and related
matters to the people of Wales.
Anyone concerned about their own mental health or that of a relative or friend can access the service. C.A.L.L. Helpline offers a confidential listening and support service.
information on MIND services
Mind Cymru is here to support you, whether you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is.
Visit our website for information on mental health conditions, treatment and where to get help:
Contact our legal line for general advice on mental health related law: Legal Line
Join the Elefriends community for online peer support: Elefriends
Be part of Time to Change Wales, to end metal health stigma: TTCW
You can also order up to 3 free Mental Health related leaflets from a wide selection available.
Cost of living crisis
Are you having debt, housing or financial problems?
Mental Health & Money Advice
More every day tips
Get help with the cost of living
Mental Health and Money Toolkit
Helpline Opening Hours
The Mental Health Helpline service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.
Our admin office is available during office hours only (9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday).
Wales Dementia Helpline
Supporting Those Living With Dementia And Their Carers
The helpline offers emotional support to anyone, of any age, who is caring for someone with Dementia as well as other family members or friends.
The service will also help and support those who have been diagnosed with Dementia.
Text Messaging Service
Get information sent to your mobile phone
C.A.L.L. Helpline has launched a Mental Health text messaging service allowing people to access support and information via a text message from their mobile phone.
Did You Know?
You can search our online database of 1500 agencies to find a service relevant to your needs.
Staying Safe Website
The Staying Safe website is a potentially life-saving resource developed by 4 Mental Health, with invaluable with invaluable input from our Expert Reference Group of international academics, people with lived experience (including of surviving a suicide attempt, self-harm, supporting a friend or family member or bereavement by suicide), suicide prevention experts, mental health practitioners, general practitioners, policy makers, public health experts, sector experts, educationalists and concerned citizens.