South Tyneside Primary Care Physical Health Service – Patient information leaflet

Information about the South Tyneside Primary Care Physical Health Service, the team works with people who do not feel comfortable visiting their General Practitioner (Doctor) or is unable to visit their General Practitioner.

Sunderland Psychiatric Liaison Service – personalised patient information

Information about the Psychiatric Liaison Service who provide assessment of mental health, and treatment of any mental health problems, to people attending Sunderland Royal Hospital, Sunderland Eye Infirmary, Intermediate Care and Rehabilitation (ICAR) - Houghton le Spring and St Benedict’s Hospice

Sharing letters with service users – information leaflet

This leaflet has been produced by CNTW, it includes information about receiving copies of letters written by health professionals that are about yourself. It is to inform people of their rights to receiving copies of letters about them.

Sex and Relationship Clinic – Patient information leaflet

An information leaflet for anyone with a neurological disability and their partners, who are experiencing sexual problems from neurological change or difficulties within their relationship because of neurological change.

South of Tyne Initial Response Service

The Initial Response Service provides 24 hour access to mental health care, advice, support and treatment. By calling Freephone 0800 6522 867, a member of the team will speak to you and discuss your current mental health needs.

NHS Sunderland Talking Therapies

NHS Sunderland Talking Therapies provides a range of therapeutic interventions delivered in Primary Care Centres, GP practices and community settings.

Sleep after traumatic brain injury

This leaflet provides information for people who have had a traumatic brain injury(TBI) and would like to learn more about sleep and what can be done to improve their sleep.

Section 42 – Conditionally discharged restricted patients

This leaflet includes information for people who have been discharged from hospital to live in the community under Section 42 of the Mental Health Act. This means you are free to live in the community, but under some rules.