Mental health problems – feeling down
The vast majority of us come into contact with mental illness at some stage in our lives, either through a friend, someone in the family or a work colleague or because we have problems ourselves.
Everyone feels down sometimes
It is not possible to be happy all the time, and you need to give yourself permission to feel the emotions you feel.
Sometimes life doesn’t work the way you want it to.
You might sometimes feel that you have no self-confidence or you might not believe that things will resolve themselves as you would like.
If you think you’re not feeling right, there are suggestions here of places to turn to for help.
Alcohol and drugs
Poor parenting – bad parents
Dyslexia – problems with reading, writing and/or understanding texts
Death – when someone close to you dies
“A healthier Rättvik” – “ A good life for all"
A life crisis
Bullying and degrading treatment
Problems at school
Alcohol and drugs – risk and abuse
Absence from school
Take action! Tell someone!
Violence and abuse
Social Services contact line (Socialtjänsten)
Outside office hours, call emergency social services on 112.
Golfvägen 1 A
795 33 Rättvik
795 80 Rättvik
Denna sida uppdaterades 2017-02-22 av Yvonné Wennberg Öhrnell