Useful Resources

Some useful websites of support for help, including for during the Covid19 outbreak, and it’s effects

The Samaritans

have a frequently updated page which you might find helpful if you’re having a difficult time, practical ways to cope or if you’re concerned about someone else.


has some tips for maintaining good mental health while staying at home, employment and benefit rights, planning practical things, staying connected with others, looking after yourself, sleep, and helplines.


The World Health Organisation have a document about mental health and psychosocial considerations during this outbreak.


have information on, staying at home, Coronavirus and your wellbeing, work, benefits and housing.


. advice on Domestic abuse: get help during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Organisations of Support

The Samaritans

a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, often through their telephone helpline, email or text or app 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


The Campaign Against Living Miserably is a movement against suicide.


support adults and children in times of crisis, including victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people. Delivering services in London and the surrounding regions.

James’ Place

offers life-saving support to men in suicidal crisis.


Prevention of young suicide.


Silence of Suicide work to eradicate the shame, stigma, and silence around suicide and fragile mental health.

The Listening Place

offers face-to-face support for those who feel life is no longer worth living.


a residential respite centre for people over 18 who are feeling suicidal.


work to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.


Survivors of bereavement by suicide offers a range of support services for adults over 18 you have been bereaved or affected by suicide,, these are and are run by our volunteers, the majority of whom have been bereaved by suicide themselves.


provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.


improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through our network of local group and services, information and campaigning.

Victim Support

Charity who working to help people affected by crime or traumatic events to get the support they need.

National Domestic Abuse Helpline

The free and confidential 24 hour helpline run by Refuge -
0808 2000 247.

The Men’s Advice Line

for male domestic abuse survivors (run by Respect) - 0808 801 0327.

National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline

(run by Galop)
0800 999 5428


works with people with experience of homelessness, offering opportunities to contribute to society and create solutions to homelessness, with a focus on health.


helps people struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services.

If you are experiencing a crisis

Please find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline


  • 24 hour advice and support
  • Help to speak to a mental health professional
  • An assessment to help decide on the best course of care

If your life is at risk right now

If you feel like you might attempt suicide, or may have seriously harmed yourself, please:

  • Call 999 for an ambulance
  • Go straight to hospital Accident and Emergency (A&E) if you can
  • Or call your local crisis team

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