999 - If somebody is at risk or harming themselves or somebody else the safest response is to dial 999 and ask for an ambulance. The paramedics are trained to deal with crisis situations and can call on other professionals as required.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust - The trust is the main provider of specialist mental health services. Individuals in crisis can access their services 24/7 through the Single Point of Access in East Riding 01482 301701 or the Secondary Mental Health Team in Hull 01482 336161
A&E - The Accident and Emergency Department at Hull Royal Infirmary has 24/7 psychiatric liaison with access to staff trained to deal with mental health crises.
NHS 111 - For non-emergency advice on how to deal with a health related situation use the national 111 service.
Local Authorities - For issues around safeguarding, housing, abuse etc. Hull 01482 448879 during notmal office hours. 01482 300304 out of normal office hours. East Riding 01482 396940 during normal office hours, 01377 241273 out of normal office hours.
Telephone Helplines - Telephone helplines can offer immediate support to somebody who needs a listening ear or practical advice about where to go next for help.
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind Infoline - 01482 240133 (Monday to Friday 9am - 4.30pm) info@HEYMind.org.uk
Samaritans - 116123 (this number is free to call 24/7)
Rethink Advice Line - 0300 5000 927 (Monday to Friday 10am - 2pm)
Mind Legal Advice Helpline - 0300 466 6463 firstname.lastname@example.org