If you are at crisis point, worried about harming yourself or another and in need of urgent help please call:
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Mental Health Resource Team: 0800 138 0990
NHS Direct 111
Call your GP (they will have an emergency number when closed), or visit your GP when they are open.
Cannot access a telephone? You can also go to your local A&E department, and a professional will be able to support you from there.
If serious harm has already occurred (to self, such as overdosing or severe cutting – or others) which requires immediate medical attention, please call Emergency Services 999
Need to talk?
Samaritans – The Samaritans are available around the clock and are able to talk to you in a safe place, whenever you like, about whatever is getting to you. The number is FREE from any phone in the UK and you do not have to be feeling suicidal to call. You can contact the Samaritans on 116 123 their website address is www.samaritans.org.
SANEline – SANE is a charity that runs a national, out-of-hours, mental health helpline offering emotional support to anyone affected by mental illness, including their family and carers. They can be contacted all year round between the hours of 4,30pm and 10,30pm on 0300 304 7000 web address www.sane.org.uk.
Access to Services for Common Mental Health issues
Problems with Debt
National Debt Helpline 0808 808 400, or visit your local Citizen’s Advice Bureau
Violence in the Home
Problems with Drugs and Alcohol
For information on a wide range of services in Hull from exercise to benefits advice visit:
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Hull, East Yorkshire