We are best able to help you if your main issue is low mood, stress or anxiety difficulties. If you are experiencing more chronic and enduring mental health or substance misuse issues you could benefit from seeing your GP before completing a self-referral form to our services to help you choose the most appropriate service for your needs.
If you are in need of immediate help because of a mental health crisis and feel unable to keep either yourself or someone else safe, please call 999.
Other helpful numbers include:
-Your GP, 111 or A&E
-The Samaritans 116 123
-SANEline 0300 304 7000 (Open 4.30pm - 10.30pm daily)
-Childline 0800 1111
-CALM (for men) 0800 58 58 58

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Please note – unless you are requesting a place on the Successful Study webinar, we are only able to accept self-referrals from people aged 16 or over. If you live in Suffolk and are aged 15 or under, talk to your GP or health or social care professional who can support you to be referred to our services.
Please note – We are only able to accept self-referrals from people aged 16 or over.
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