Due to the ever developing situation with COVID-19 the Oxfordshire Mind Information line has changed the way it supports callers slightly.
We will be asking you some simple questions at the start of your call just so that we can connect you to the most appropriate worker for your needs at this time. You will be asked your name and number and brief description of what are looking for.
You will the get a call from a wellbeing worker / Information Worker who will be able to help further.
If your query is relating to benefits your details will be passed on to one of our BBMH advisors. They will then give you a call to offer appropriate support and advice.
The Oxfordshire Mind Information Service is here for you. We aren’t qualified to give medical advice or make a diagnosis, but we’ll always be able to point you in the direction of someone who can.
Contact the Information Service
Call the Oxfordshire Mind Information Line on 01865 247788 (open Monday to Thursday, 9:30am to 4:30pm, Friday 9:30am to 4:00pm, closed bank holidays). If the line is busy when you call please do leave us a message: we’ll aim to call back the same day, and we’ll never leave a message without your permission.
You can also email us, write to us at Information Service, 2 Kings Meadow, Oxford OX2 0D, or drop into one of our Wellbeing Hubs in Cowley, Witney, or Abingdon.
Once you’ve contacted us using the details above, the first step will be for us to set up an options session with one of our Wellbeing Service workers. Option sessions help us to understand your mental health and wellbeing needs, and find you the right kind of support.
They’re free, confidential, last around 25 minutes, and can take place by phone or in person.