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There are lots of organisations and online resources out there which you might find useful when struggling with suicidal feelings. Below are just a few of these you might find helpful.
Helplines available when you want someone to talk to.
Call: 0800 001 4331
If you’re feeling low, anxious or stressed and you think that talking to another person may help you cope you can call the new mental health helpline in Lincolnshire. It is open 24/7.
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 SHOUT to 85258.
The Cruse Bereavement Care National Helpline is open for information, advice and emotional support, from 9.30am to 5pm Monday and Friday and 9.30am to 8pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Support After Suicide Partnership (SAS) is the UK’s national hub for organisations and individuals working across the UK to support people who have been bereaved or affected by suicide.
Shine has a database of local groups and organisations that run activities locally to support people with experience of mental ill health or distress.
Useful advice and links to support in Lincolnshire on some of the issues you might be struggling with such as money, health, housing, care, legal or work issues.
The Zero Suicide Alliance, provide free online suicide prevention awareness training.
It takes no more than 20minutes to complete. The course will teach you how to recognise the warning signs and safeguard someone that could be contemplating suicide.
Click on this link to access the free training
If the emergency you are experiencing has an immediate life-threatening danger call 999.
If you need help fast but don't think it's a 999 emergency, you can now call NHS 111. Calls from landlines & mobile phones are free.
You should call 111 if:
If you are already accessing local mental health services and can't find the contact details for your local care team you can call the Trust's Single Point of Access.