Urgent advice: In an emergency:
In an emergency – If you or someone else has seriously injured themselves, taken an overdose or are on the point of doing so
- Call 999 or
- Go directly to A&E
Do not use our online referrals form for urgent help.
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Non-urgent advice: Contact CAMHS
You can find addresses and phone numbers for each of our services on our contacts page.
Need help fast?
Call our helplines
The person you speak to will ask you some questions about how you are feeling before deciding what to do next.
Contact your GP
You can also ask your GP practice for an urgent appointment during opening hours.
Speak to an adult
Let someone know how you are feeling. A parent or carer is often the best person, but you could also speak to your school nurse, a teacher or another trusted adult.
If you are already using CAMHS, contact us directly during office hours (9am – 5pm). We will talk to you about how best to meet your needs.