If there is an immediate risk of harm, you should ring 999 or visit your local accident and emergency (A&E) department. Click here to find the nearest A&E.
You can ask your GP for an emergency appointment when you require support for your mental health, but there’s no immediate danger to your safety or the safety of others. If you don’t have a GP, click here to locate your nearest one.
You can dial 111 for advice and support about what to do in a mental health crisis and they will direct you to the most helpful service.
Call 116 123 (freephone) if you need to talk to someone urgently about how you are feeling.
You can also email email@example.com or visit their website.
Papyrus runs a listening service if you’re under 35 and may be having thoughts of suicide.
Call: 08000 684141
Text: 07786 209 697
Please click here to check opening times.
Call 0300 304 7000 for emotional support and information if you’re affected by mental illness. This includes if you’re a family member, friend or carer.
Click here to visit their website.
Older people can call 0800 4 70 80 90 for free, confidential information, friendship and advice.
If you’re a man who is down or have hit a wall for any reason, you can ring the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) helpline to talk or find support.
Call: 0800 58 58 58
This is a national mental health database that shows all the support that’s available in your local area: hubofhope.co.uk
This website aims to support anyone who is thinking about suicide or who has been affected by it. Click on these links to see what help is available: