There are lots of different mental health support options available
If you require mental health support here are some trusted providers locally and nationally...
Urgent mental health support
If you are concerned about an immediate risk of self harm or your physical health is at significant risk because of overdose or injury, it may be necessary to call an ambulance. Call 999 for emergency medical assistance.
If you're experiencing a mental health crisis and don't feel you can keep yourself safe right now; You can seek immediate help, by clicking here for info on your local NHS mental health helpline. In Liverpool this is called the Mersey Care - Your Wellbeing Urgent mental health support helpline. You can call 24 hours a day on: 0151 296 7200.
National support helplines
Liverpool mental health support
To find other mental health and wellbeing activities in Liverpool visit Wellbeing Liverpool ; a new website delivered by Healthwatch Liverpool offering current and up to date information across the wellbeing community.
The team at Healthwatch Liverpool can also offer information, guidance and record feedback on health and social care services. For more info visit their page at Health Watch Liverpool
Call Health Watch Liverpool on: 03007777007 (9.00am-5.00pm Monday-Friday).
If you need some practical guidance on areas of your life that may have been affected by your mental health such as: housing, employment, benefits you can access Citizen's Advice. Visit the website for contact details for where you live.
You can call Citizens Advice Liverpool on: 0344 848 7700. Telephone advisors are now available to provide general advice seven days a week.
For social care enquiries call the Liverpool City Council Careline on 0151 233 3800 or find details for your local council on their website.