I am unable to offer crisis and urgent support out of my working hours.
If you feel that you or someone’s life is at risk.
If you or someone has been seriously injured, feeling suicidal or taken an overdose. If you do not feel you can keep yourself or someone else safe. Call 999
Here is some further information and support:
NHS Direct -for more information about mental health services and where to get urgent mental help support from by the NHS
Saneline – Out-of-hours helpline offering practical information, crisis care and emotional support to anybody affected by mental health problems
Tel: 0845 767 8000
Wellbeing and Mental Health Helpline
Tel: 0800 915 4640
National – organisations
Here are a few of the many national organisations that you may want to contact who would be able to offer you additional information and support.
Abuse is when someone causes harm or distress. It can take many forms, ranging from control, disrespect, financial abuse and can also be causing someone physical or mental pain. Abuse can occur anywhere at any time for example in someone’s home, a care home, hospital or a public place.
Women’s Aid – For support for women and children in domestic violence situations.
An addiction is an urge to do something that is hard to control or stop. If you use cigarettes, alcohol, or drugs, you could become addicted to them. They can really hurt you and could even kill you. Another example of addiction can be gambling, shopping it is the urge to do something not chemical based but can cause you distress and unable to control the urges to the point of becoming in debt.
Children and adolescent support
Children and adolescents can struggle with their emotions and with their life styles if you are concerned or a child would like someone to be able to talk to here is some information.
Kooth – Children’s online mental wellbeing community
When times are hard, money and debt can become a big issue of stress and worry, here is some information of where you may be able start to get some help and support.
Eating disorders are a range of psychological conditions that cause unhealthy eating habits to develop. They might start with an obsession with food, body weight, or body shape. In severe cases, eating disorders can cause serious health consequences and may even result in death if left untreated.
Victim of Crime
Being a victim of a crime can vary from situation to situation and how it can affect a person. Here is some information of different national organisations that may be able to help with help and support.