Mental health

As many as one in four people will experience some form of mental illness at some point in their lives. 

Whether you’re lonely, concerned about money or debt, are coping with bereavement, feel overwhelmed after being diagnosed with a new medical condition, or just feel a bit stressed or down –  it is important to know that you are not alone. 


If you’re caring for someone with a mental health problem and need information, advice or support, please visit

Children and young people

Visit our COVID-19 resource hub for help and support during the pandemic. The hub includes our preferred links and advice for children, young people and anyone supporting a child or young person in South West London.

For more information please click on the image.

Transforming Mental Health Services for Children, Young People and their families

NHS South West London CCG has published the 2021 Children’s Mental Health Local Transformation Plan. It details progress to date against deliverables in the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and the NHS Long Term Plan. It also sets out the impact of Covid-19 on our children’s mental health services, how they have responded and provides investment plans for 2021/22.

The full report can be found here


Visit the NHS mental health overview at for general information about managing mental health, or choose your area from below to see local mental health support services in South West London. There is plenty of help available to improve your mental well-being, no matter where you are.

There are also specific services available if you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency and you need help right now.