Where can I get help?

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Need to talk to someone? Below are places you can go for help

Mental Health Support

Samaritans (Free)
> 116 123 open 24/7
> jo@samaritans.org

Mind (Local rates)
> 0300 123 3393 open 9am-6pm Mon-Friday (except bank holidays)
> Text 86463
> info@mind.org.uk

Drugs & Alcohol

Alcoholics Anonymous (Free)
> 0800 9177 650
> help@aamail.org

Need advice about drugs... Talk to Frank (Local rates)
> 0300 123 6600 open 24/7
> Text 82111
> frank@talktofrank.com

Rape & Domestic Abuse

Rape Crisis (Free)
> 0808 802 9999 12 noon — 2.30pm and 7 — 9.30pm daily

National Domestic Violence (Free)
> 0808 2000 247 open 24/7
> 0808 801 0327 Male Advice & Enquiry
> 0808 802 4040 Helpline for men worried that they may be harming someone else

Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline (Local rates)
> 0300 330 0630 10am-10pm daily
> chris@switchboard.lgbt

ManKind Initiative domestic abuse helpline for men (Local rates)
> 01823 334244 Weekdays 10am to 4pm

 

Rural

Farming Community Network (Local rates)
> 03000 111 999 7am to 11pm every day of the year
> chris@fcn.org.uk

Older people

Dementia Helpline (Free)
> 0800 888 6678 open 9am-9pm Mon-Fri
> helpline@dementiauk

Silver Line Helpline for older people (Free)
> 0800 470 80 90 open 24/7
~ Action on Elder Abuse (Free)
> 080 8808 8141 open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri

Children

Childline (Free)
> 0800 1111
> open 24/7

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