Who Can Help?

WHO CAN HELP?

Lockdown will be a difficult and unsafe time for many people. If you are experiencing abuse, feeling isolated and lonely or are struggling with your mental health and wellbeing, please see below for more information:

  • If you are experiencing domestic abuse: physical, emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or stalking, please go to lancashirevictimsupport.org or call 0300 323 0085 for advice and support and always call 999 in an emergency. Please also look at the attachments below for more information from Lancashire Victims Service and how/ where you can go for help:

Advice and Guidance

Information

 

 Below are other different organisations that can help. Please see below for their contact information:

  • Mindsmatter - 01772 773 437

  • Samaritans - 01772 116 123 TEXTING SERVICE - 07725 90 90 90

  • Wellbeing and Mental Health Help Line - 0800 915 4640

  • Carers UK - 0808 808 777
    Carers UK make life better for carers

  • Cedar House Counselling - 01772 880909

  • Community Restart - 01772 773 600
    Support with housing, employment, volunteering, sport & leisure, education & training, arts & culture, eco activities and partnership working, equality & diversity

  • Calm - 0800 58 58 58
    For young men aged 15-24 years, 5pm-3am daily

  • Compassionate Friends - 0345 123 2304

  • Cruse Bereavement Care - 01772 433 645
    Cruse is here to support you after the death of someone close

  • Discover Drugs & Alcohol Service - 01772 366120

  • Domestic Violence Helpline - 0808 2000 247
    Works to promote protection for women and children suffering from or exposed to domestic violence

  • Eating Disorder Clinic - 01772 647 004

  • The HOPE Centre - 01772 201 601
    A safe place to come for advice, support and activities for women who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse

Domestic Violence Support

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Men’s Advice Line:

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm – 0808 801 0327

e-mail: info@mensadviceline.org.uk



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