Useful patient resources

The information below provides useful advice, links and information for a range of medical presentations. It is by no means an exhaustive list but hopefully covers a range of useful resources.


Mental Health


The two documents  below have links to multiple websites, apps and charities linked to mental health for both children and adults. This includes depression, anxiety, bereavement, postnatal depression, domestic abuse, psychosis, eating disorders, wellbeing, sleep, family support, special educational needs and bullying. Examples of a small number of these are detailed below. 


Adult Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources


Child and young peoples mental health contacts


Crisis resources

Oxleas Mental Health Crisis Line: 0800 330 8590 (24 hour service)

Samaritans: call 116 123 or visit (24 hour service)



Talking therapy

MIND (Bexley): 0808 196 3806




 CRUSE Bexley and  Helpline: 0808 808 1677



Domestic Abuse


National Domestic Abuse Helpline  24 hour Helpline 0808 2000 247






Eating Disorders


Beat eating disorders Helpline: 0808 801 0677  







Health and Wellbeing


Community Connect Bexley

Tel: 01322 524682 option 1 (Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm) email:







Frailty and Memory services


Alzheimer’s society

Dementia Connect Support Line: 0333 150 3456


Age concern


Social Care


Legal Power of Attorney (LPA)  Helpline: 0808 1972735







Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Arthritis


Versus Arthritis: For exercises for MSK injuries and other useful information  Helpline: 0800 5200 520







Women’s and Sexual Health


Menopause Matters


Contraception and Sexual health

Market Street Health Centre (Greenwich)

16-20 Market Street, Woolwich , London, SE18 6QR

020 8301 8920

(For contraception, STI screening and treatment, general advise)


Termination of pregnancy and other services

Helpline: 0345 300 8090









British Association of Dermatology



Primary care dermatology society



Dermnet NZ






General advice and leaflets





Patient UK





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