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All messages and enquiries are confidential and I will endeavour to respond to you within one working day.
Emergency and Crisis
When we are in a crisis everything becomes overwhelming and it’s difficult to think clearly what to do and to how best support ourselves.
Visiting the darkest places of our minds can be a very scary experience that can leave us feeling helpless, lonely and even more disconnected from other people.
At moments like these it really helps to have a plan in advance on what you can do to help yourself. I hope that you will find the following helpful.
If you feel that you are about to end your life, or you have seriously harmed yourself, please
- call 999 for an ambulance
or go to your
- nearest A&E department
If you are not in immediate danger, but are frightened by thoughts of harming yourself or others, you can call:
- the Samaritans on their free 24-hour helpline, 116 123
- your GP surgery and ask for an emergency or same-day appointment
- NHS 111 if you live in England, 24-hour support
- NHS 24 111 if you live in Scotland, 24-hour support
- Klimaka 1018 if you live in Greece, 24-hour helpline
- Befrienders Worldwide will help you find a confidential helpline anywhere in the world
You might also want to check the information provided by Mind about what happens when someone accesses the emergency services.
Knowing in advance what to expect helps us familiarise ourselves with the process involved, and that not only reduces any anxiety or embarrassment that might come up when we need to reach out for help, but also empowers us to make an informed choice.
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