If you are at immediate risk of harm, call 999.
- Stay on the phone.
- Give as much information as possible, including any medicines or drugs you or someone may have taken.
- If you are with someone, stay with them.
- Keep any medicines to show the ambulance crew when they arrive so they can treat most effectively.
- The police will not attend if you are calling for an ambulance.
Please avoid visiting Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments unless you have a physical health emergency.
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If it is not a 999 emergency but you are experiencing an immediate mental health crisis, call 111.
Deaf Health Charity Crisis Text Service - If you are deaf and experiencing a crisis, text DEAF to 85258 for free and immediate support.
If you need non-urgent help, below are some useful contact numbers and websites.