This can be a worrying time for people with health concerns, or if you have a difficult or dangerous living situation. Some of our partners below can help you. Many will not be doing 1:1 appointments as they normally would, but can still offer helplines or web support you can access if you need it.
Online and telephone support for those who fear they may be unwell due to COVID-19.
Call 111 (please use their online support in the first instance).
What to do if you or someone else is experiencing mental health crisis.
Call 0800 169 0398, or 999 in an emergency.
Support for young people (and their parents) experiencing issues such as anxiety, depression or bereavement.
Call 01594 372777 or text 07520 634063.
A free telephone service for anyone who needs a friendly, supportive ear.
They also have general guidance about maintaining or managing your mental health during coronavirus here.
Domestic and/or sexual abuse
Support and information for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or if you are worried about a neighbour/friend/family member.
Call 01452 726570.
Support for anyone experiencing sexual abuse or who has been the victim of sexual assault.
GRASAC are not currently taking calls or offering 1:1 support but their website has some useful information.
Crime and public safety
Get in touch with your local neighbourhood policing team, get advice on staying safe or report a crime.
In an emergency dial 999, for non-emergency call 101.
Victim support can help anyone who has been the victim of a crime.
0808 281 0112.