Long-Term Physical Health Conditions
Around 40% of people with low mood and anxiety also have a long-term physical health condition. Our trained clinicians work closely with our physical health colleagues to ensure the physical and mental health aspects of living with a long-term physical health condition are worked on together. The two things are fundamentally linked and when people make improvements with how they deal with their mental health, it invariably has positive impacts upon how they manage their physical health condition too.
If you are experiencing low mood, worry or stress due to the impact of living with a long-term physical health condition, speak to your physical health professional about a referral to the service.
Our aim is to give people tools with which to manage their mood and condition, in order for them to feel happier, healthier and more in control of life.
If you would like to access our service please use the Self-referral form or talk to the physical health professional that helps you to manage your long-term health condition.
We are able to accept professional referrals from your health professional if they are helping you to manage one of the following long-term health conditions;
- Respiratory disease, including COPD, asthma
- Chronic heart disease
- long covid
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Medically unexplained symptoms
Your long-term health professional can make a referral for you using the LTC Professional referral form.
If you are a health professional but your client does not meet the above criteria to complete our LTC professional referral form, then please support your client to self-refer online [Self-referral form] or by phone on 01253 955700.
Blackpool Healthier Minds is not able to provide reports for compensation, legal or benefits claims or prescribe medication. Blackpool Healthier Minds does not offer 24-hour or weekend access, crisis or urgent treatment, treatment for alcohol or drug problems or treatment for severe and enduring mental illness. Please discuss these needs with your GP.