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If you, or someone you know are currently experiencing an emergency, or a major crisis and considering serious self-harm, it is vital to get immediate help. Please visit your nearest A&E service or contact your GP.


National Mental Health UK Helpline Numbers


NHS 111 | Website | Telephone 111

Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landline and mobile phones.


Samaritans | Call 116 123 for free


Childline 0800 1111


Muslim Youth Helpline| Call 0808 808 2008


Papyrus Prevention of young suicide

Helpline open 9am- 12am 0800 068 4141 | Text|07860 039 967


Muslim Women’s Network UK| Call 0800 999 5786


National Domestic Abuse Helpline| Call 0808 2000 247


Ann Craft Trust| A leading UK authority on safeguarding adults and young people at risk.

Call: 0115 951 5400


Enough Campaign Provides support and information in regards to domestic violence.

CALM (Campaign against living miserably) A free confidential helpline and webchat is available. Open from 5pm-12am everyday for anyone who needs to talk about issues they are facing.


Man Kind Initiative- helping men escape domestic abuse|01823 334 244


Men’s Advice line- helpline for male victims of domestic abuse| 0808 8010 327


Hollie Guard- Can be downloaded on a smart phone, it can be activated when in need of immediate support, pinpointing your location immediately and notifying your chosen contacts. Also sending audio and video evidence directly to their mobile phones.

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