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Lancashire Mental Health Helpline
0800 915 4640
Monday to Friday 7pm - 11pm, Saturday & Sunday 12 midday to 12 midnight
Young Suicide Prevention
0800 068 4141
Monday to Friday 10am - 10pm, Weekends & Bank Holidays 2pm to 5pm
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The Carers Help And Talk (CHAT) line is available 24 hours a day 365 days per year. The line is manned by Carers who have an understanding of caring for a person with a mental health condition.
CHAT Line number:
0333 103 9747
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Carers Contact offers support, services and information for Carers who look after a friend or relative who is frail, disabled or ill, including those with mental health problems.There is also a Young Carers service within Carers Contact: phone 01282 835 728 or email youngcarers@bprcvs.
A member of the Princess Royal Trust for Carers Network.Provides a focal point for local and young carers.
Carers UK helps carers to "speak with a stronger voice". Carers UK aims to raise awareness, provide carers with information and advice, offer booklets on all aspects of caring, supports carers with a network of branches and groups throughout the UK - run by carers for carers.
Caring today is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that was established in 2001 to support disabled children and children with learning difficulties; and their parents and carers living in East Lancashire. We support disabled children by offering respite sessions, where they can be involved in activities of social, recreational and education value.
Charter House is a day care provider for the elderly and those living with dementia.We provide a safe, welcoming and enriching environment for those living with dementia.
Listening service offering emotional support for those affected by the death of a baby (including prebirth), child, teenager or young adult.Staffed by trained volunteers who are bereaved parents.
For applications and enquiries about financial support.8.
Free National Helpline for children and young people in trouble or danger.Children can call free from any telephone including phone boxes and the numbers will not show up on the phone bills.
The Chinese Health Information Centre is a charity established in 1987 to provide culturally appropriate health services for the Chinese community and to provide links with the statutory services.Provides advice on health related isues and produce information leaflets.
CMHA provide a diverse range of services with the aim of serving Chinese people who suffer from mental health related issues and problems.Our services cater to all ages and social-economic demographics.
Kay house is supported living house for service users with learning disabilities. .
The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their legal,money, benefits, immigration and other problems by providing free information and advice..