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Useful Resources

Crisis Support


Text: 85258 (24/7) |

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Call: 116 123 (24/7) |

Email: |

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For men

Call​: 0800 585858 (5pm - midnight) 

Use: WebChat 

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For under 35's

Call: ​0800 0684141

Weekdays 10am-10pm

Weekends & bank holidays 2pm-10pm


Text: 07786 209 697

Visit: website


For individuals who identify as LGBTQ+

Call: 0300 3300630​ (24/7 10am - 10pm)


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Mental Health Charities

  • Young Minds exists so that young people have the strongest possible voice in improving their mental health.

  • Rethink Mental Illness improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through their network of local groups and services, expert information and successful campaigning.

  • Mental Health Foundation works on prevention; their aim is to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. 

  • Beat are a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by an eating disorder their loved ones.

  • OCD Action provide support and information to anybody affected by OCD, work to raise awareness of the disorder amongst the public and front-line healthcare workers, and strive to secure a better deal for people with OCD.

  • Place2Be is a children's mental health charity that work to provide all young people to have the support they need to build lifelong coping skills and thrive.

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R;pple is a social enterprise set up by Alice Hendy who sadly lost her only sibling, Josh, to suicide. Josh passed away at 21 years of age on the 25th November 2020. After examining Josh's phone and laptop following his death, Alice found that Josh had been researching techniques to take his own life via the internet.


To ensure more help and support is given to individuals in mental health crisis and searching for harmful content online, Alice set up R;pple Suicide Prevention.


R;pple is an online monitoring tool designed to present a visual page on a user’s device the second they are flagged as searching for a harmful keyword or phrase highlighted within the R;pple monitoring tool configuration. Keywords and phrases include any words or terminology which have been identified as displaying potentially damaging online content.

The R;pple page is presented before harmful online search results are displayed, and act as an interception to encourage users to visit a mental health support page from one of our charity partners as an alternative to viewing harmful online results.


R;pple are raising funds to support the build of an innovative and life saving online tool designed to encourage users in crisis to utilise a range of mental health support services available to them and stop lives being lost to suicide.



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