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Need Urgent Help Now?
If you’re feeling distressed or anxious, the important thing is to stay calm.
If there’s someone you can talk to – a family member, a friend or a neighbour – ask if you can spend a few moments with them to help you relax.
Call 999 - if you or anyone else is in immediate danger or harm.
Call NHS 111 - if you urgently need medical help or advice, but it’s not life threatening
Call the Samaritans on 116 123 - If you want to talk to someone about how you feel, what you’re experiencing or how to deal with someone else's behaviour.
Contact us in a different language
If you prefer to use a different language, let our team know when you contact us.
We will ask an interpreter to join the call to make sure you’re supported.
When you refer yourself through our website, select which language you prefer to use.
We will make sure an interpreter comes to your appointments.
If you’re deaf, hearing impaired or have a speech impediment, we can make arrangements to help you.
Support for carers
If you're a carer, or you know a carer that might need help, you can find more details about local and national charities and groups on our website.
We kindly ask that everyone referred to Talking Therapies complete a short questionnaire both at the start and end of their treatment.
We support a culture of honesty and openness and, as part of this, fully comply with the Freedom of information Act 2000. If you have an FOI request, please contact our team
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