I need help now

helpE-motion is not a crises or emergency service, so we recommend that if you feel there is a serious risk to yourself or others, or you want to talk to someone immediately please contact the following organisations.

Sussex Mental Healthline 0300 5000 101 for support and info if you’re worried about your mental health Mon- Fri 5pm – 9pm, 24hrs on weekends and Bank Holidays

Emergency services
If you are concerned you may harm yourself you can contact the emergency services (999) or the NHS on 111 or get yourself to your nearest A&E department. You can find your nearest A&E

HELPLINE – The Samaritans
The Samaritans provide confidential 24 hours telephone support on 116 123 for a range of crisis. More information is at www.samaritans.org

HELPLINE – Childline
For under 18’s Child-Line is available on 0800 1111 open 24 hours a day. More information is at www.childline.org.uk

HELPLINE – Papyrus
The Hopeline is open 10am-10pm for any young people experiencing suicidal thoughts on 0800 068 441 and you can visit them at papyrus-uk.org

Shout operate a 24/7 crisis support service, just text SHOUT to 85258, free on most UK Networks. You can find more about this service at www.giveusashout.org

ONLINE – Mind Help Tool
Mind have an online tool to work out where you might be best going in a crisis and what things you may be able to do to cope in that moment and you can visit their main site at www.mind.org.uk too

If you’re LGBTQ+ you can ring the Foundation’s helpline on 0345 3 30 30 30 10am-10pm for a range of advice on issues you may be experiencing relating to this, including a specialist service around LGBTQ+ domestic violence. Find out more at lgbt.foundation

HELPLINE – Domestic Abuse Helpline
Available 24hours a day on 0808 2000 247 for anyone experiencing or worried about domestic violence

A text based service for girls and young women affected by self-harm open until 9pm on 0780 047 2908