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Public and Service Users
Need to know where your local library is?
Please click on the links below to find out more about resources that are available to you in your local public library.
Need information to help you manage your condition?
There are a number of ways that both service users and the public can access health information and get help to manage your condition. This page provides details on what is available within Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust and the areas that it serves.
NTW Self-help leaflets
There are a range of self-help leaflets available that have been developed by NTW to help anyone who is experiencing mental health problems.
Click here to view them.
NTW Patient Information Centres
There are two Patient Information Centres in NTW.
- Patient Information Centre, St Nicholas Hospital
The Patient Information Centre aims to provide a central point of access to appropriate information about health and related services. The service is available to anyone, not just service users.
- Knowledge Centre, Walkergate Park
The Knowledge Centre has been designed to allow service users, family members and carers to get access to high quality, up to date, relevant information on a range of health related topics, specialising in information related to neuro-disabilities caused by disease, illness or accident.
NTW Recovery Colleges
Other Useful Links
NHS Choices Health Apps Library
For a list of NHS reviewed safe and trusted apps to help you manage your health click here.