If you need help, are struggling with your mental health or know someone who is, you can use the Sheffield Mental Health Guide to find a service and contact details to support you.
Other resources in times of crisis include:
- Sheffield Support Hub, a face-to-face and online service for adults
- Sheffield Talking Therapies, face-to-face and online wellbeing support
- Door 43, a face-to-face and online support service for 13-25 year olds on a range of emotional wellbeing issues and offers a number of services
- Sheffield Helpline: for children and young people, and adults
- Kooth – free, confidential online counselling service, discussions and articles on emotional wellbeing and mental health for children and young people aged 10-18
You can also:
- Contact your General Practitioner on their surgery telephone number, or if out of hours, you can call your practice to hear out of hours phone numbers, and there is also 24 hour access to NHS health services through dialling 111
- Contact the Single Point of Access (SPA), Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust’s single route for referrals and mental health support for adults aged 18 to 65. The Out-of-Hours Service operates when SPA is closed and numbers are available on the website
- If you are concerned about your or another person’s over the age of 16s immediate personal safety, or are concerned about self-harm, you can call 999 or attend A&E at the Northern General Hospital and be seen by appropriate healthcare workers. For children and young people, you can attend A&E at the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.