If you or someone you know is at imminent risk of suicide please use the following contacts:
> Call 999 or go to your local A&E department.
> If the risk is less immediate, contact your GP who can help refer you to the appropriate service if necessary.
Advice on managing suicidal thoughts and the urge to self-harm:
Confidential emotional support.
Open 24 hours a day.
Greater Manchester Mental Health 24/7 Helpline
A 24/7 free helpline which you can call any time, day or night, if you feel your mental health is beginning to suffer.
Bury Getting Helpline
A telephone support line for adults and children, providing advice, guidance and signposting for emotional health and wellbeing needs.
Find a Therapist
Jewish Action for Mental Health
Free counselling and therapy for children and adults:
Tel: 07510 204 844
We highly recommend that any therapist you use has appropriate qualifications – if you would like further advice on this please contact us at Neshomo.
Services for Women
Services for Men
Services for General Support
Public Services for Mental Health
Greater Manchester Suicide Bereavement Information Service
If you have been bereaved or affected by suicide:
Tel: 0161 983 0700
Speak to your GP regarding a referral to the following services:
Eating Disorder Clinic: Provides a safe and supportive space where individuals can develop an understanding of their difficulties and gain control over their eating disorder
Early Intervention Team: For people experiencing a first episode of psychosis.
Community Mental Health Team: Provides multi-disciplinary assessment, treatment and care of adults with severe and enduring mental health problems.
See GMMH website for more details about these services and many more: www.gmmh.nhs.uk/services
Contact us for information on services in Manchester that can support you.