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Find out more information about mental health and wellness, sources of help, support and information.
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If you feel anxious, worried, low in mood and your feelings are significantly impacting on your life, you can access help and support.

The organisations and services listed below will provide you with more information and advice. If you need immediate assistance dial 999 or, if you feel safe to do so, go to your local accident and emergency department.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Healthboard Conwy Community Mental Health Team

  • Conwy Community Mental Health Team: 03000 850 049

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Psychiatric Hospitals

  • Hergest Psychiatric Unit: 01248 384121 
  • Ablett Psychiatric Unit: 01745 585484 
  • Bryn Hesketh Unit: 0300 085 0040
  • Ty Llewelyn (Forensic): 01248 682110

Betsi Cadwaladr University Healthboard Older Adults Mental Health Services

  • Bodnant: 03000 850038
  • Llys Dyfrig: 0300 085 0002

Betsi Cadwaladr University Healthboard Children’s Mental Health Service

  • CAMHS (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services): 0300 085 0013

You can contact your GP for advice and support with your mental health


Find your nearest GP Surgery

Conwy County Borough Council Mental Wellness Team

The team works with people experiencing difficulties with their mental and emotional health, such as anxiety and depression, which do not require medical intervention from a nurse or doctor.

The team encourages a positive approach to your mental wellness and offers you the opportunity to work with us to address the issues which may have contributed to your current circumstances. The team see you as the expert in your own situation and will work with you to identify solutions and outcomes to the issues you are experiencing.

Contact the team

Monday/Thursday  9am-4.45pm
Friday 9am-4.15pm

0300 456 1111

At any other time contact our Out of Hours Team

Do you care for someone who has a mental illness?

This can be a pressurised role and it is important that you are offered the support and guidance you need.

The Hafal and Carers website provides useful information about the services they provide.

The professional working with the person you care for can also make a referral for a Carers Assessment on your behalf.

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