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   Support in a crisis

NHS 111 are available to help if you have an urgent medical problem. They have mental health nurses available 24/7.

Call: 111 | Website:

        Samaritans offer support and guidance for those struggling with their mental health. 

Call: 116 123  | Email: | Website:

SHOUT provide support to people in crisis.

Text: 85258 | Website:

   Advice and support for everyone

Mind provide a range of information around mental health well being.

Call: 0300 123 3393 | Text: 86463 | Website:

Hub of Hope is a national mental health database that will identify key support and organisations local to you when you enter your post code.


The Stay Alive app is packed full of resources for suicide prevention. Useful for those suffering themselves or for those concerned about someone else.

To download search 'stay alive' in the app store on your mobile device

Papyrus is a national confidential helpline for young people at risk of suicide or anyone worried about a young person at risk of suicide.

Call: 0800 068 4141 | Email:  |Text: 07786 209697  | Website: 

The Silver Line is a confidential helpline providing information and advice to older people.


Solent Mind is affiliated with the national charity Mind and runs many services in Hampshire, providing support in communities and hospital settings.

Call: 023 8202 7810  | Email: | Website:


Zero Suicide Alliance produced a suicide prevention training video. Made with the aim to provide hope, advice and teach life saving skills to help anyone feeling suicidal.

The suicide Prevention training video is accessible here 

SANE are a mental health charity aiming to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.   

Call: 0300 304 7000| Website:

Local talking therapy services:

italk (Hampshire service for people aged 16+). You can self refer to this service or be referred by your GP.

Call: 023 8038 3920 | Email: | Website:

Steps2Wellbeing (Southampton service for people aged 18+) You can self refer to this service or be referred by your GP.



Worried about someone?

If you are worried about someone's mental well being, it's important that you reach out for support.

Find out more about how you can help others

If you are concerned someone is in immediate danger of harming themselves or other, call 999.

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