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What is it?

We can offer you free and confidential advice and support if anxiety and depression are affecting your work or you are looking to return to work. We can help with a range of issues such as redundancy, unfair dismissal, holidays and grievances.

We can also help with disability discrimination and reasonable adjustments at work, as well as working with your employer to help them understand how  anxiety and depression can affect work giving them advice and signposting where they can get more information. To find out more you can contact Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service (SOHAS) on 0114 275 5760.

When?

You will be offered a face-to-face or telephone appointment (we also give email advice on request) within 2 weeks of contacting the service wherever possible.

Where?

  • Some GP practices
  • St George’s Community Health Centre, Winter Street, S3 7ND
  • Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service (SOHAS) office base – Sheffield City Centre
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Support to help keep you well at work.

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Advice on returning to work after absence.

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Information about your rights at work.

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Providing advocacy with your workplace where appropriate.

Who is it suitable for?

Anyone who lives and/or works in Sheffield who is employed (or employed and off sick from work) and would like support around their employment.

How do I access?

Please speak to a member of our IAPT team about a referral

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Contact SOHAS directly on 0114 2755760, sohas@sohas.co.uk or visit their website.

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