We know that sometimes you might need urgent help with your mental health. Here are some services that may be able to help you:
If you feel suicidal or feel like harming yourself or other people, call 999 or go to your nearest Accident and Emergency Department (A&E).
24 Hour service providing telephone based support, guidance and advice / 01905 681915
For further help and information across a wide variety of issues related to mental health go directly here.
If you find yourself in crisis or need urgent support with your mental health, the Safe Haven is a safe and friendly place that you can come and access mental health support and advice.
Due to the current situation with coronavirus (COVID-19), we are currently offering telephone or email support during normal Safe Haven opening hours. We will not be offering face-to-face support until further notice.
The Safe Haven Team are warm and welcoming and will provide empathy, support and safety to anyone experiencing high emotional distress and/or suicidal thoughts. They will offer you a safe space, a respectful listening ear and an exploration of coping strategies. As well as offering support, they will be able to refer and direct you to further services if you need them.
Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
Call for free at anytime on 116 123.
If you are currently receiving treatment from 2gether and urgently require help out of hours (between 5pm and 9am weekdays, all day weekends and bank holidays), please call the Mental Health Matters Helpline on 0800 015 7271.
If you need help during office hours, please contact the team or service that currently supports you.