Help Centre

Help Informations

What kind of help do you need?

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Need Urgent Help or Support?

Due to the current unprecedented circumstances, it is particularly important to engage in self-care.

Remember to give yourself time and space to make use of the therapy or classes and ensure you are getting enough rest and nourishment.

Sometimes during the course of therapy, difficult emotions can come up or events can happen in the week which can cause more distress. Your safety and support is very important to us. If emotions are becoming very overwhelming it is important that you let someone know how you are feeling. Think about who you could tell (e.g. a friend or relative), in order to support you.

If you are distressed or experiencing despair, try to speak to somebody now.

  • Is there a family member or a friend you could call?
  • Is there a neighbour or colleague who can help?


Do you need medical or mental health help now?


If you or anyone else is in immediate danger or harm, then please call the Police or Ambulance Service on 999 or NHS 111.

Please consult the following link for urgent advice:


After hours, contact:

 Crisis Advice Line: 0800 330 8590,

 Sane Line 0845 767 8000,

 Samaritans 116 123  (for round-the-clock support. This is also free from mobiles. You can also contact them by email or letter) or

 Umbrella Crisis Nightline 020 7226 9415, a night-time phone line for anyone with difficulties relating to a mental health problem, open every night from 12:30am – 6am.

 We have a ‘Get Help Now’ section on our website which provides crisis information, including details of support lines and the Mind in Bexley Crisis Café which remains open from 6pm – 10pm