Emergency or Crisis Help


When you or someone that you care for is having extreme mental health difficulties, you may need to get help very quickly. This information is only to be used for a mental health emergency or crisis.


Serious or life threatening issues

If you or someone that you care for is in immediate danger, you should:


Contact the emergency services on 999


Go to your nearest A&E department



Urgent issues

If you or someone that you care for is having an urgent mental health issue, you should:

call your mental health support worker, if you have one - this may be your care co-ordinator or key worker

Call NHS 111: This NHS service is available 24 hours a day

Book an emergency GP appointment - they should be able to offer you an appointment in a crisis with the first available doctor


Call Adult Social Care on 0345 603 7630 or 0345 606 1212 (outside of normal working hours)


Call the Crisis Team at EPUT (for Adults) or the Crisis Support Service (for Young People) on 0300 555 1201


NHS Choices has a mental health helpline page with a list of organisations you can call for immediate assistance




Additional support




For out of hours support 

Contact The Samaritans on 116123

or visit







Clinic address

Michelle Rosewarne Dalley

15 Haresland Close

Daws Heath




(please use for all correspondance)

Consultaions by appointment only.

Phone: 07803 584432


Or use our contact form.





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