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Below you'll find information about organisations that can offer help, advice and support depending on your specific need.
Alcoholics anonymousAn anonymous service to help those who want to get sober and remain sober.0800 917 7650
Narcotics anonymousFor men and women for whom drugs has become a problem. 0300 999 1212
Turning PointHelp with drug or alcohol issues, a mental health concern, a learning disability or employment help. 0207 481 7600
Antisocial behaviour support organisations
Citizens Advice BureauOnline free advice from Citizens Advice, whatever the problem03444 111 444
SamaritansA charity providing emotional support to anyone in distress, struggling to cope or at risk of suicide.116 123
Cruse Bereavement CareSupport from specialise bereavement experts0808 808 1677[email protected]
AtaLoss.orgAt a loss is a signposting website for anyone bereaved and those supporting them.[email protected]Gov.uk when someone diesAdvice and information from the Government about what to do when someone dies.
NRCSThe National Rail Chaplaincy Service provides pastoral care across the UK mainland rail network regardless of status, lifestyle, race or religion.0845 269 1881[email protected]
Child Bereavement UKSupports families when a child dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.0800 028 8840[email protected]
Child Death HelplineFor those affected by the death of a child.0800 28 29 86[email protected]
Hope AgainHope Again is designed for young people by young people. It is part of Cruse Bereavement Care and supports young people after the death of someone close to them.0808 808 1677
Much LovedA charity that helps you establish an online memorial to your loved one. It also has its own community that shares ideas on how to deal with bereavement.
Support after suicideThis is a partnership of organisations that provide bereavement support in the UK
Winstons WishA charity that offers support to young people, children and families who have experienced bereavement.08088 020 021
Domestic abuse support organisations
Maytree respite centreSupports people in suicidal crisis and offers free residential support.0207 263 7070
RethinkSupports those suffering from mental illness as well as those that support them, such as family members and carers. 0300 500 0927
TogetherSupport to help people deal with personal and practical impacts of mental health issues0207 780 7300
Befrienders International NetworkListening to people who are lonely, depressed, feeling bullied, self harming or considering suicide.MindSupports anyone who is suffering mental distress or experiencing a mental health problem. 0300 123 3393
CalmCampaign against living miserabley is a charity supporting men of any age who are depressed or considering suicide. 0800 585 858
SaneProvides care and emotional support for people with mental health problems, their families and carers. 0300 304 7000
The listening placeOffers free face to face support for those who feel life is no longer worth living.0207 259 8136
Support for victims of rape and sexual assault
Road traffic incident support organisations
Victim witness support organisations
PapyrusConfidential support and advice to young people and adults.0800 068 4141ChildlineConfidential service for children and young people up to the age of 19. 0800 1111
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