Before self-referring we recommend that those with more severe psychological problems see their GP, who will be able to direct to appropriate services as certain groups fall outside the remit of the service, e.g.
- Mental illness (e.g. Psychosis or Bipolar illness)
- Personality disorder
- Patients with a risk of harm to themselves or others
- Drug or alcohol dependence
If you feel you are experiencing a mental health crisis and there is risk to life (that can be your own or another person’s), 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)
If you are a young person: 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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IMPORTANT: People often get thoughts of hurting themselves or of being better off dead when they are feeling depressed and/or anxious and this is normal. However, it is more of a concern if you are thinking about acting upon these thoughts. If you have any current plans to harm yourself or end your life, please use the contact details at the top of the page.