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For difficulties with your mental health:

In the event of an emergency situation, you or your carer should dial 999.

The mental health service provides emergency support via the A&E departments.

If you already have a point of contact for your mental health needs, then that is who you should contact in the first instance.

For all other problems with your mental health, you benefit for a regional service called "Healthy Minds".

Healthy Minds offers a self-referral service.

You can access the Healthy Minds Service by clicking here:

Although we work closely together to care for you, the Mental Health Service and the General Practice elements of the NHS are  separate and you do not need to see your GP to access this Healthy Minds service.


For difficulties following bereavement:

If  you are suffering with loss, for example following death, separation, redundancy or a sudden change in your personal circumstances, bereavement support services can help you. 

A number of bereavement services are available.

One example is the cruse bereavement service,  which has offered a very high level of support to many of our patients in the past.

To contact the service you can Click Here:


For problems with isolation, loneliness or just day to day living:

We benefit locally from a service called "Prevention Matters".

Information about this free service, which is run by Buckingham County Council, can be found here:

Prevention Matters is a free and friendly advice service linking eligible adults (over 18) in Buckinghamshire to social activities, volunteers and community services.

Help is at hand. You do not need to see your GP first. You can download their referral form by clicking here:

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