Have you seen or know some one is trying to end their life by suicide 

In an emergency CALL 999 – ASK for the POLICE; give them clear information that you’re worried for a person’s safety

Information to give to call taker:-

Their Location

Description – (what they are wearing, colour of hair etc)

Any other concerns such as:- Anything that they have said to you, or anything they have taken.

Refer to the section that best describes your situation RIGHT NOW

What to do in an Emergency? 

I Can't Keep Safe Right Now

How Do I know If Someone Is Suicidal? 

Where Can I Get Help?

Are your thinking of suicide? OR do you have concerns for someone with thoughts of suicide? Use the numbers below to get HELP.

Do you feel that you need to talk to someone about a problem or issue that you have? Whilst your GP is usually the first person to contact, listed below are a few organisations that may be able to offer support.

Crisis Team (St Mary's Hospital) 

Phone: - (01983) 522214


Phone – 116 123 (free phone, available 24 hours)
Email – jo@samaritans.org
Web – www.samaritans.org


Phone – 0300 123 3393 (not 24 hours)
Text – 86463
Web – www.mind.org.uk 

NHS 111

If you need medical help bit it is not an emergency
Tel: 111

Richmond Fellowship

Quay House, The Riverside Centre, The Quay, Newport PO30 2QR
Tel: 0330 008 3886

Safe Haven The Riverside Centre, The Quay, Newport PO30 2QR

Tel: 03300083888.