If you are in a mental health crisis or are worried that you may need help to avoid a crisis, there are several options open to you. If you’re in immediate danger or considering acting on suicidal thoughts, ring 999 for an ambulance, or go to the A&E department of the nearest hospital where you can be get help from the specialist mental health teams working within the A&E service. Solihull Mind’s Crisis Cafe is also available, as are various duty workers at NHS mental health services and Solihull Social Care.
ambulance, police, 999 or A&E at Heartlands/Solihull Hospitals Out of hours Duty Worker, 0121 605 6060 Samaritans, 116 123 National Suicide Prevention Helpline: 0800 689 5652 24 hrs BSMHFT Helpline, 0121 262 3555 Solihull Mind Crisis Cafe, 6pm to 11pm, 7 days/week, 16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Duty Workers, office hours 0121 301 4950 (Maple Leaf Centre), 0121 301 4800 (Lyndon Clinic), 0121 704 8007 (Solihull Social Care)
If you need to talk to someone out of normal office hours then you can use our crisis café service, open seven days a week from 6pm to 11pm at our Faulkner Road building. The Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Helpline is also available 24 hours a day on 0121 262 3555. You can also call The Samaritans on 116 123 (free). It’s not just for people who are suicidal, it’s for anyone who needs someone to talk to and available 24 hours a day. The out of hours Duty Worker at Solihull Social Care can be contacted on 0121 605 6060 If you are being supported by one of the community mental health teams, then during office hours you can ring and ask to speak to your CPN or social worker etc. Lyndon Clinic can be contacted on 0121 301 4800, and Maple Leaf on 0121 301 4950.
The duty worker can also be contacted for immediate help during office hours (whether or not you are already supported by specialist mental health services) by ringing 0121 301 4950 or 0121 301 4800 and asking for the duty worker. There is also a duty worker at Solihull Social Care on 0121 704 8007. Solihull Mind’s information service is also available for advice on getting emergency help: 0121 742 4941 or 0121 743 4237; contact@solihullmind.org.uk
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help in a crisis

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help in a crisis

If you are in a mental health crisis or are worried that you may need help to avoid a crisis, there are several options open to you. If you’re in immediate danger or considering acting on suicidal thoughts, ring 999 for an ambulance, or go to the A&E department of the nearest hospital where you can be get help from the specialist mental health teams working within the A&E service. Solihull Mind’s Crisis Cafe is also available, as are various duty workers at NHS mental health services and Solihull Social Care.
ambulance, police, 999 or A&E at Heartlands/Solihull Hospitals Out of hours Duty Worker, 0121 605 6060 Samaritans, 116 123 National Suicide Prevention Helpline: 0800 689 5652 24 hrs BSMHFT Helpline, 0121 262 3555 Solihull Mind Crisis Cafe, 6pm to 11pm, 7 days/week, 16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Duty Workers, office hours 0121 301 4950 (Maple Leaf Centre), 0121 301 4800 (Lyndon Clinic), 0121 704 8007 (Solihull Social Care)
If you need to talk to someone out of normal office hours then you can use our crisis café service, open seven days a week from 6pm to 11pm at our Faulkner Road building. The Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Helpline is also available 24 hours a day on 0121 262 3555. You can also call The Samaritans on 116 123 (free). It’s not just for people who are suicidal, it’s for anyone who needs someone to talk to and available 24 hours a day. The out of hours Duty Worker at Solihull Social Care can be contacted on 0121 605 6060 If you are being supported by one of the community mental health teams, then during office hours you can ring and ask to speak to your CPN or social worker etc. Lyndon Clinic can be contacted on 0121 301 4800, and Maple Leaf on 0121 301 4950. The duty worker can also be contacted for immediate help during office hours (whether or not you are already supported by specialist mental health services) by ringing 0121 301 4950 or 0121 301 4800 and asking for the duty worker. There is also a duty worker at Solihull Social Care on 0121 704 8007. Solihull Mind’s information service is also available for advice on getting emergency help: 0121 742 4941 or 0121 743 4237; contact@solihullmind.org.uk
Solihull Mind logo
If you are in a mental health crisis or are worried that you may need help to avoid a crisis, there are several options open to you. If you’re in immediate danger or considering acting on suicidal thoughts, ring 999 for an ambulance, or go to the A&E department of the nearest hospital where you can be get help from the specialist mental health teams working within the A&E service. Solihull Mind’s Crisis Cafe is also available, as are various duty workers at NHS mental health services and Solihull Social Care.

help in a crisis

ambulance, police, 999 or A&E at Heartlands/Solihull Hospitals Out of hours Duty Worker, 0121 605 6060 Samaritans, 116 123 National Suicide Prevention Helpline: 0800 689 5652 24 hrs BSMHFT Helpline, 0121 262 3555 Solihull Mind Crisis Cafe, 6pm to 11pm, 7 days/week, 16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY Duty Workers, office hours 0121 301 4950 (Maple Leaf Centre), 0121 301 4800 (Lyndon Clinic), 0121 704 8007 (Solihull Social Care)
If you need to talk to someone out of normal office hours then you can use our crisis café service, open seven days a week from 6pm to 11pm at our Faulkner Road building. The Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Helpline is also available 24 hours a day on 0121 262 3555. You can also call The Samaritans on 116 123 (free). It’s not just for people who are suicidal, it’s for anyone who needs someone to talk to and available 24 hours a day. The out of hours Duty Worker at Solihull Social Care can be contacted on 0121 605 6060 If you are being supported by one of the community mental health teams, then during office hours you can ring and ask to speak to
your CPN or social worker etc. Lyndon Clinic can be contacted on 0121 301 4800, and Maple Leaf on 0121 301 4950. The duty worker can also be contacted for immediate help during office hours (whether or not you are already supported by specialist mental health services) by ringing 0121 301 4950 or 0121 301 4800 and asking for the duty worker. There is also a duty worker at Solihull Social Care on 0121 704 8007. Solihull Mind’s information service is also available for advice on getting emergency help: 0121 742 4941 or 0121 743 4237; contact@solihullmind.org.uk
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