I need help

My Life is in
immediate danger

I need to talk
to someone

How can I 
distract myself

How
Others cope

How can I 
help someone else

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Linking with
other people

How can I 
help myself

My life is in immediate danger
  • Attend your local Accident and Emergency department (A & E)
I need to talk to someone
  • Lincolnshire 24/7 Mental Health Helpline

emotional support, guidance and information if you are feeling low, anxious or stressed, and think you might benefit from speaking to someone

  • Samaritans

If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We won’t judge or tell you what to do

  • Text Shout to 85258

24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help

  • NHS

Find out when and where to get help

  • Do you have a plan (such as WRAP)? Have you activated it?
How can I distract myself
  • Distract yourself...
  • Connect with family and friends (Visit, telephone/video call, social media, etc.)
  • Take some exercise (walking, cycling, jogging, etc.)
  • Do some crafting, art or puzzles
  • Play music
How others cope
  • Here we are hoping that people will record YouTube videos for us about how they cope with their mental health
How can I help someone else
  • Volunteer
Linking with other people
  • Check out what is available in your area by visiting our explore page...
  • Join a local social/craft or interest group
  • Going for a coffee with friends or relatives
  • Visit, telephone/video call family and friends or connect through social media
How can I help myself
  • Do you have a Wellness Action Plan (such as WRAP)? Have you activated it?
  • What can I do to help myself?
  • Make a plan for the next few hours
  • Try Relaxing or calming exercises
  • Coping with unsettling thoughts
  • See what is in Lincolnshire for you...

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