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Please remember to check out our webpage dedicated to Mental Health and Wellbeing on the school website. It is packed full of resources of links to support children. https://www.abhps.com/mental-health-and-wellbeing/
Useful contact details for services where adults can access emotional support
The Crisis Service provides high quality 24/7 support to people experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis requiring immediate help. If you need immediate help, for yourself or someone you are with, please call the crisis line to speak to dedicated clinical staff who will deliver compassionate and effective support. This line is open 24 hours a day, every day. All callers speak to a specialist trained in responding to mental health crisis. The team arranges for those in most urgent need to be seen within one hour. For others they arrange introductions to other services, treatment at home, or admission to hospital. Bristol Crisis Service 0300 5550334
The Sanctuary is a comfortable, safe place to come when you feel you cannot cope. It is open to anyone who is in distress or caring for someone who is in distress. They aim to support 10 to 12 people during each evening they are open. The service is open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights from 7pm to 2am.
Bristol Sanctuary 0117 954 2952 or 07709 295661
1 New Street, St Jude’s, Bristol, BS2 9DX
The Samaritans on 0117 983 1000 (local charges apply) or 116 123 (free to call) 24/7
MindLine, which can be contacted on 0808 808 0330 and is open Wednesday to Sunday, 8.00 p.m. to midnight
Next Link – I wanted to give you some information for Next Link which is an organisation offering domestic abuse support services and who also provide women’s mental health support services. 0117 925 0680. https://nextlinkhousing.co.uk/what-to-do-in-a-crisis/ if you look at the website you can find useful information about how to access support.
The Women’s Crisis House (also known as Link House) provides a safe place for women in mental health crisis to stay. Women can stay at the house for up to four weeks. Telephone number: 0117 924 6459 Opening times: The Women’s Crisis House provides 24/7 supported accommodation. The service can be contacted on the telephone number above between 8am and 6pm daily.Website: http://missinglinkhousing.co.uk/ People staying at the house benefit from:
Cruse Bereavement support adults with bereavement counselling who are suffering with grief.