Search the catalogue for books about healthy living and health conditions.
Visit a library for books and leaflets or to use a computer.
All library loans are confidential and with self-service machines in every library it is possible to reserve and collect items without asking the staff.
Useful links to other local support and resources:
ASKLiON helpful links and information including for adult social care, self care, loneliness, healthy lifestyles, special educational needs and disability.
Every Mind Matters, 1 in 4 people living in England experience a problem with their mental health each year. Every Mind Matters offers links to trusted advice and apps, quizzes and videos, plus lots of tips and self-referral for talking therapies. This interactive website focuses on the eight most common issues; stress, anxiety, trouble sleeping, low mood, panic, social anxiety, trauma, and obsessions and compulsions.
Insight Nottingham Insight talking therapies is a free and confidential service, commissioned by the NHS, and is available to anyone aged 18+ and living in Nottingham City.
Let’s talk wellbeing
NHS Nottingham for Nottingham University Hospitals, including contact details and maps, services for patients.
Nottingham Mencap offer advocacy and support to individuals and their families/carers, with ages ranging from five to eighty years.
Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services to help anyone aged 13+ and have experienced rape, sexual violence or childhood sexual abuse, either recently or in the past.
Patient UK trusted help with general health and wellbeing
Self-help UK for groups across Nottingham and nationwide, on health, medical conditions and life situations. A hard copy of their directory is available for reference use in all City Libraries.
Sexual health services confidentially helping over 28,000 people every year with contraception and concerns about sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Trent PTS Support for people in Nottingham with mental health issues.
Wellness in Mind Mental health help and support in Nottingham.
We have links to more help available in our Discover & Get Involved page, designed to support wellbeing in difficult times.