In Crisis

If you are over 18, cant cope with how your feeling or feeling suicidal:

  • Contact your doctor and ask for an emergency appointment
  • If you are unable to get an appointment ring the NHS on 111
  • Ring your care coordinator if you have one
  • Ring the Warrington Assessment Team on 01925666647 – open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • If there is immediate risk to life, visit A&E or call 999

If you are under 18, cant cope with how your feeling or feeling suicidal:

  • Contact your doctor and ask for an emergency appointment
  • If you are unable to get an appointment ring the NHS on 111
  • Ring your CAMHS or your social worker
  • Between 9.00am and 9.00pm ring the CAMHS Assessment and Response Team (CART) on 01925 579405
  • If there is immediate risk to life, visit A&E or call 999

If you’re finding it hard to cope you could also contact one of the organisations below and download the Stay Alive App.

CALM (Campaign against Living Miserably) is for men who are feeling down, or in crisis. CALM offers free and confidential support to men, through a helpline and webchat. Support is available from 5pm to midnight every day.

Helpline: 0800 58 58 58

Website: CALMS Website 

Childline’s free helpline offers confidential telephone counselling and advice to children and young people, who are under 19 years old. Support is also available through email, online chat with a Childline counsellor, and the website’s message boards.

Helpline: 0800 11 11

Website: Childline

PAPYRUS – Prevention of Young Suicide. PAPYRUS’ HOPELineUK is for young people (aged under 35) who are having thoughts of suicide and anyone who is worried about a young person who may be at risk of suicide. When you ring you don’t have to give your name, or any personal details. All calls are confidential, but if an advisor is concerned about a young person’s safety then PAPYRUS may contact emergency services to ensure the young person doesn’t come to harm.

HOPELineUK: 0800 068 41 41
Text: 07786 209697

Website: PAPYRUS

Samaritans offers a safe place for you to talk, at any time, day or night, about whatever is getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal to get in touch with Samaritans. You can call, email, write, or visit Samaritans face-to-face.

Helpline: 116 123 this number is free to call

Website: Samaritans

Shout is the UK’s first free 24/7 text service for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help.

Text: 85258

Website: Shout 

Alternatively please contact your Footsteps family worker for support.