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Back to Mental health services Where to get urgent help for mental health If you need help for a mental health crisis, emergency or breakdown, you should get immediate expert advice and assessment.
It's important to know that support is available, even if services seem busy at the moment because of coronavirus. You can call for: hour advice and support — for you, your child, your parent or someone you care for help to speak to a mental health professional an assessment to help decide on the best course of care Find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline Information: If you've already been oood a crisis line to use in an emergency, it's best to call it.
If you just need onlkne talk, any time of day or night Free listening services These services offer confidential advice from trained volunteers.
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Information: Coping during a crisis The mental health charity Mind has information on ways to help yourself cope during a crisis. This includes calming exercises and a tool to get you through the next few hours.
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You will not be wasting anyone's time. They should also refer you to a liaison psychiatry service or local crisis resolution and home treatment team CRHT.
Find out about: crisis resolution and home treatment teams CRHTs on the Mind website The team in charge of chaat care will assess you and decide on the best course of care. This usually involves supporting you with your mental health at home. They may also refer you to other services to support your needs.
Information: Making a safety plan If you struggle with suicidal thoughts or are supporting someone else, it may help to make a safety plan to use if you need it: the Staying Safe website provides information on how to needjng a safety plan, including video tutorials and needlng templates to guide you through the process the mental health charity Mind also provides information on planning for a mental health crisis last reviewed: 6 April Next review due: 6 April Mental health services.