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North East Leith Cluster

Looking after your mental health  and psychological well being is very important and the resources listed are here to help you maintain that and when issues arise.

In a Mental Health Emergency please call the Crisis Centre, MHAS or 111 (and select option 1 for mental health)

Quick reference: CBT I Counselling


Please see our Pregnancy page for resources relating to mental health during and after pregnancy


Please see our Minority and Ethnic Groups page


Page from the University of East London providing direct links to translated mental as well as general health resources and information in a variety of languages.

open 24/7

Provides community based, emotional and practical support at times of crisis. 

Free phone 0808 801 0414        Text 07974429075.

open 24/7

Emergency mental health assessment service based at REH.

Patients or GPs call 0131 537 6000.

open 24/7

Voluntary organisation offering a safe place to talk.

Any phone dial 116 123.


Volunteer run and led charity offering workshops to those interested in reducing violence in their lives and their communities. (Anger Management)

Mon - Sun

A confidential phoneline for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16, feeling low, anxious or depressed.

Call free on 0800 83 85 87.


To help people resist or manage the urge to self-harm. It's private and password protected.


CBT app aimed at helping users better understand their moods through use of an ongoing diary

App (NHS funded)

Daylight is a self-referral online programme to help with anxiety. It is based on CBT principles and has a strong evidence base. It is a structured programme, available instantly, and can be accessed 24/7.


Series of audio tracks designed to help increase wellbeing & resilience to stress

Access free using details below

username: edinchpdm

password: positive


Supporting people who experience mental health difficulties and their carers to achieve a positive quality of life. Able to search for local services, the type of service you would like to receive and what you would like to get out of the service.

GP referral - please ask

Project provided through Edinburgh Leisure to introduce individuals with mild to moderate depression, stress or anxiety to regular physical activity, to accompany or act as an alternative form of treatment.


Free online CBT courses covering low mood, stress and resiliency.


Online space for mental health and wellbeing information in Edinburgh

Several, Thurs (Drop in)

One stop shop acting as a source of support, information and sign posting. Lead by NHS Occupational Therapists, health and social care staff, peer support workers, volunteers and key third sector partners.


Range of services to improve health and wellbeing that provide practical, emotional and social support including self harm support.

Mon - Fri

Community resource for people experiencing mental ill health with the aim of helping people manage their mental health, gain self-confidence and become more integrated within the community.

Not Specified

We provide in-person and remote self-management support for people living with long-term health conditions or facing challenging life situations.

Mental Health: Schedule
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