WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY

If your situation is life threatening please phone 999.

We are not an emergency service but do try to offer advice as available

When it comes to your health or the health of someone in your family, it is often very obvious if the person is seriously ill and needs immediate emergency care. An emergency is a critical or life-threatening situation.

We have also prepared an emergency ambulance check-list.

 

Local Mental Health Services (updated October 2020)

Life has been very difficult this year during Covid restrictions when many of our social activities have stopped and many of us are spending a lot of time alone. If you are feeling very depressed or worried and need extra support, or just someone to talk to, here is a list of local and national organisations that can help. Many are available 24/7 as a call for help may come at any time, but often at night or at weekends.

Please click here for a list of Mental Health Services available to help you.                                                       

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