In an emergency
- Contact your General Practitioner (GP)
- Call your nearest NHS Walk-In Centre or go to Accident & Emergency (A&E) at your local hospital. Find your nearest walk-in centre online
You can also contact these organisations for support
Hearing impaired callers can access this service by dialing 18001 before the telephone number.
‘Overnight, every night’ service providing a place of safety and support to adults feeling at crisis point and living with difficulties such as panic attacks, depression and low mood.
8pm-6am. 0300 003 7029 | Visit their website.
Helping people with diverse needs to resolve their current crisis and develop strategies to prevent or better manage future crises. Open-access mental health crisis centre. Bespoke crisis management support.
0161 225 9500 | Visit their website.
Deaf people can access this service by dialing 18001 before the telephone number.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am to 3pm | Tuesday & Thursday: 10am to 1pm. 020 8974 6814 | email@example.com
SANE provides care and emotional support to people with mental health problems, their families and cares. SANE provides support in a number of ways including a daily helpline service (SANEline), a free text based support service (TextCare) and an online supportive forum community where anyone can share their experiences of mental health.