Contacting your mental health support workers
If you already use local mental health services, your care plan should include details of what to do and who to contact if you are unwell during normal office hours, such as your care co-ordinator or key worker.
Contact your GP
If you are not currently under the care of local mental health services, you should make an appointment to see your GP (family doctor) who can refer you on for the help or services you need.
Call NHS 111
This the first point of contact for non-urgent concerns and general health enquiries / information. The service is available 24 hours per day.
Call telephone number 111 speak to someone at the NHS 111 service - they will answer any questions you have, and will ensure that you are put in touch with the right service quickly if they think your situation is more urgent.