If you need urgent help, or you are concerned that you cannot keep yourself safe, please contact:
The CRISIS Team: 0300 222 0123
Your own GP or out of hours GP on: 111
The emergency services dial: 999
Or go to your nearest hospital with an A&E Department
If you need urgent mental health advice and support, or you feel you cannot keep yourself safe, the CRISIS Team is available 24/7. It can be used for yourself as well as on behalf of family members.
– Telephone: 0300 222 0123
– Access for the hearing impaired: 0786 002 2819
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. Two National organisations who we would recommend for support are; Samaritans or Mental Health Matters.
You might choose to call Samaritans or Mental Health Matters if:
- You are feeling low, anxious or stressed and feel talking to another person might help you cope
- You may be in extreme emotional distress and feel that there is nowhere else to turn
- You may be caring for another person and finding it difficult to cope
Their contact details are:
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)
Contacting these Helplines can give you a feeling of relief, wellbeing and peace of mind. You won’t be judged and the service is confidential unless it is considered that there is a risk to yourself or others.