If you are upset and having thoughts and urges about hurting yourself, or ending your life then stop, take a deep breath and read this page.
A crisis is any situation in which you feel you need urgent help. For example, you might feel in crisis if:
The table below gives some general information on how you can get help in a crisis:
|What's happening||Ways you can get help|
|You think you may act on suicidal feelings, or you have seriously harmed yourself||
|You are feeling extremely distressed, or are experiencing suicidal feelings||
|You need medical help or advice fast, but it's not an emergency||
Let someone know you do not feel safe or are struggling (a parent/carer or professional helpline).
Our mental health support phone line is operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is available to Black Country residents of all ages.
If you are experiencing increased distress or anxiety during these uncertain times, please don't suffer in silence, pick up the phone and speak to one of our specialist mental health professionals who will be able to support you.
Contact our 24-7 mental health support line which is available for Black Country residents of all ages -
please call 0800 008 6516 or text message 07860 025 281.
If you are already receiving support from our services please continue to maintain contact through your normal route.
You can also find further information and specific links for community learning disabilities group by clicking on this link here.