The SCVS Mental Health Development Service publishes a range of resources for people in Swansea with mental health issues and those who support them.

The resources can be viewed online or downloaded by clicking on the links below.

Covid - 19 Wellbeing Service Directory for Swansea - Click here to view

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Mental Health & Wellbeing Directory for Swansea

The development service publishes a directory of local and national services and resources available to people with mental health issues in Swansea and those who support them. The local entries are completed by the member organisations of the Swansea Mental Health Forum and the guide is updated every three months. 

Children & Young People’s Mental Health & Wellbeing Directory for Swansea

Mental health and wellbeing services, support and resources for children and young people aged


Counselling Directory

The counselling booklet is a useful resource containing information and advice about counselling and counselling services in the Swansea area.

Crisis Cards

The development service also publishes a Crisis Card, which an individual can carry with them for use during times of distress. The card carries information about the person including emergency contacts, medication and diagnosis and other information that the person would like to record. The card also unfolds to provide a list of key mental health contacts that people can approach in a crisis.

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Click here to download Adult Crisis Card (English)

Cliciwch yma i lawrlwytho Cerdyn Argyfwng Oedolion (Cymraeg)

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Click here to download Children & Young People's Crisis Card (English)

Cliciwch yma i lawrlwytho Cerdyn Argyfwng Plant & Phobl Ifanc (Cymraeg)


If you would like more information or copies of any resources please contact Mental Health Information Officer-  Beth Preston on 01792 544030 or email [email protected] 

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