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Help and Support

If you are feeling suicidal, or have the urge to self-harm, please call 999 (UK) or attend A&E. You are not alone.

I have listed below some sites that may be useful for mental health and grief support. Please reach out to them if you need extra help. 

SAMARITANS

Please call the Samaritans if you are feeling low, suicidal, or the need to self-harm.  Their number is free to call on (116 123) or visit their website: 

https://www.samaritans.org

THE MIX

This is a page for young adults aged under 25. They offer support and advice for sex, relationships, drugs, mental health, money and jobs. Call them on (08088084994) or visit their website:

https://www.themix.org.uk

NHS

Our wonderful health service has cared for me and my brother many times. They also support people that are grieving after a loss. Visit their site:

https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/feelings-symptoms-behaviours/feelings-and-symptoms/grief-bereavement-loss/

ASBESTOS.COM -

(grief guide)

Someone reached out to me after seeing this blog and provided me with a wonderfully presented guide to grief. I think that this is a great resource to come back to to help it all make sense at times! To take a look at this guide visit:

asbestos.com/support/mesothelioma-grief-guide/

MIND

Mind is an excellent charity for mental health and support. Give them a call if you are suffering with your mental health. Call them on (03001233393) or visit their website:

https://www.mind.org.uk

SHOUT

This is a free texting service , which operates 24/7.  Text 'SHOUT' to (85258) or visit:

https://giveusashout.org

CRUSE

Cruse are a charity dedicated to supporting people that are grieving. They have an online chat service on their website:

https://www.cruse.org.uk

alternatively, give them a call on (08088081677)

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