Self Referral

Patient may refer themselves to the services listed below without seeing a GP or nurse first:

Stockton Service Navigation Project - Can help you improve your health and general well being

The Stockton Service Navigation (SSNP) can help with non-medical problems. It offers up to four one-to-one support appointments which can improve your health and well being by supporting you to access a range of activities. This is known as social prescribing and aims to help people increase their confidence, control, independence, reduce stress and isolation and help people live healthier lives.

If you would like to contact a Link Worker, you can call them on 01642 647770 or email them: stocktonnavigation@pcp.uk.net




Counselling services

Alliance Psychological Care: 01642 352747

Further information about this service is available using the link below

http://www.alliancepsychology.com/how-to-refer-adults/


Talking Therapies @ TEWV : 0800 8048155


Stop Smoking

Help is available from Stockton Stop Smoking Service without referral from your GP

https://www.nth.nhs.uk/content/uploads/2014/05/stockton-stop-smoking-january-2016-final.pdf


Drug Addiction

Stockton Recovery Project, 17-18 High Street, Stockton-on-Tees. 01642 613358

Sees patients addicted to non-Class A Drugs i.e. Cannabis, prescription medication etc


Alcohol Addiction and Substance abuse

Patients with issues relating to alcohol and other addictive substances may refer themselves to CGL (Change, Live, Grow) 3-9 Skinner Street, Stockton-on-Tees 01642 625980

Walk-in sessions are available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 10am - 1pm and Tuesday & Thursday 1pm - 3pm


Sexual Health & Contraception

Sexual health and contraceptive advice is available at several clinic locations across the area via the Sexual Health Hub 0300 330 1122


Termination of Pregnancy

Patients needing advice about termination of pregnancy may refer themselves directly to:

The Walker Unit, University Hospital of North Tees, Hardwick, Stockton-on-Tees

Please telephone 01642 624233 between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday


Domestic Violence

My Sisters Place provides help to women aged 16 years and over who have experienced or witnessed the effects of domestic violence or abuse 01642 241864