Information on mental health support

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Check out these sources of support information and advice

General mental health advice and support

If you are experiencing mental health problems, or are a carer for someone who is, call us on 01903 277000 or email and we can offer advice and information about service and support available.

When you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information - about a condition, treatment options, or practical issues - is vital.The national Mind website is a great resource and has lots of information which you can read and download. Please click here to get to the national Mind information and support site.

Advice and support for carers

In West Sussex you can get advice and support from Carers Support: Call them on 0300 028 8888
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, 9am-7pm on Wednesdays and 10am-12pm on Saturdays.

You can find more information on the Carers Support website

Mindline Trans+

Mindline Trans+, national helpline for people who identify as Trans, non-binary & their friends and families.

Open every Monday & Friday 8pm-Midnight Call 0300 330 5468 Click here for more information

Crisis support

If you are feeling suicidal or in crisis, the best thing is to talk. Speak to somebody you trust or contact a service which can offer you support. If you think that somebody that you know might be suicidal – ask them.

Sussex Mental Healthline: 0300 5000 101. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, and 24 hours at weekends and bank holidays.

The Samaritans: 116 123 offer 24-hour confidential emotional support for anyone in a crisis. This number is free from both landlines and mobiles. Or click here for the Samaritans website.

You can contact your GP or call the NHS 111 number to access specialist mental health telephone or face-to-face support. If you are known to mental health services and need urgent mental health support, you can contact your care co-ordinator.

Accident & Emergency departments are a place you can go if you are in crisis.

The National Mind Booklets How to Cope with Suicidal Feelings and Suicide – Supporting Someone Else both have lots of helpful information.

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