Mental health

Find out how to get support for your mental health.

Get support without seeing a GP

You may get help sooner if you use the services below. You do not need to see a GP first.

NHS psychological therapies service (IAPT)

The NHS can provide support for your mental health.

The service is free and confidential.

Southern Gambling Service

From 1 December new Southern Gambling Service will be covering the Surrey Heartlands ICB population.  This service offers patients access to a new specialised service providing evidence-based treatment to people with gambling-related harms/disorders and provides three main treatments:
1. medication
2. individual psychotherapy and
3. group psychotherapy offered virtually.

This service is funded by NHS England, as part of a national programme to support the increasing numbers of people seeking support with gambling addiction.  The service is open to people aged 17 and older with gambling-related harms/disorders who meet our referral criteria. Patients can self-refer or be referred via their healthcare professional. 
More information, including referral forms, is available on our website  Click Here to find an electronic version of a leaflet to share with patients.  If you would like printed copies, please email<>

If you need urgent help:

NHS urgent mental health helplines are for people of all ages. You can:

  • get 24-hour advice and support – for you or someone else
  • speak to a mental health professional
  • get advice on the best way to get help
Find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline

Request an appointment at the surgery

If the services above are not suitable, you can request an appointment at the surgery.