Emergency Contact Details

If you are feeling unsafe, or you need some immediate support, we would advise you to speak with your GP, present yourself at A&E, or access support with one of the following services:    

For Urgent Mental Health Support – dial 111 – select option 2  (24hr)  

In an Emergency – dial 999 (24hr)  

Or go to your nearest hospital with an A&E Department

Alternatively, Make an emergency GP appointment

Support Numbers

If at any point you feel you need additional support and advice, outside of the use of any therapy or GP appointments, there are various mental health support services available. These services are confidential and are available 24/7.

Release the pressure have a highly trained and experienced team available 24/7 to provide expert support no matter what you are going through.

Call 0800 107 0160 to ‘release the pressure’ if you’re feeling stressed.

Visit their website: Releasethepressure.uk

Or text “Kent” to 85258 for 24 hour mental health crisis support via text from trained volunteers.

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Samaritans is available round the clock, every single day of the year. Talk to us any time you like in your own way and off the record, about whatever’s getting to you. 

Call free any time on: 116 123

Or email: [email protected]

Visit their website: Samaritans.org

Mental Health Matters helpline also offers 24-hour support with a team of highly trained support workers.

Helpline: 0800 107 0160 (This number is free to call)

Website: http://www.mentalhealthmatters.com

Online support: http://www.mentalhealthmatters.com/our-services/helpline-services/time-online/

Call: 07876 476 703 or 07483 163 953
Email us at: [email protected]
Visit us at: Age Concern UK, the Centre, Castle Row, Canterbury, CT1 2QY Open: 6pm-11pm every day (including weekends and bank holidays)

Contact us:
T: 01227 469 338
E: [email protected]