Getting Help

For a large number of us, reaching out and accessing help for the first time can often be the toughest part. Taking that first initial step to speaking, and accessing support is a scary one, however it’s also the biggest step you can take when it comes to accessing support. 

More often or not, finding a friend of a close family member for a chat is a great way of sharing what’s going on, no matter how big or small. However, from time to time we understand it can be pretty daunting, and sometimes not everyone is in a position to talk to friends and family. 

We’re incredibly lucky to be in a position here in store to have a variety of support avenues available through our “What’s On” board and readily available. If you’re living with Haverfordwest, or surrounding areas. Come pay us a visit. We’re open between 0730 until 1600 Monday to Friday and 0730 until 1300 on Saturdays. 
We’ll be able to show you what’s going on that week, and hopefully advise you on the best time and session to drop in. If you’re traveling from afar, keep an eye on our social media flatforms to find our what’s going on specifically on a set day, or alternatively send us an e-mail and we’ll get back to you with our schedule. 

If you’re not living within close range of our store, here’s some information on some other great organisation which we recommend exploring and talking to if you’re looking at accessing support.

Samaritans UK 

Chatting to someone anonymous about how you’re feeling and what you’re experiencing can be a great first step. It’s also a great avenue to phone to explore local options within your hometown or local area.

Freephone on 116 123 (UK)

www.samaritans.org

 Hope Line UK – Papyrus UK – Under 35

Papyrus specialise in young people and commit themselves to ensuring that no young person should go without speaking to someone. Again, this is a great avenue to use to speak to someone, reach out and go about accessing support whether in a time of desperate need or not. It’s a great starting point.

Give then a call on 0800 068 41 41 for support if you’re a young person in need or in case you’re concerned about a friend or family member who may be at risk.

Monday – Friday 10AM to 10PM
Weekends and Bank Holidays 2PM to 10PM

The DPJ Foundation

Live in Pembrokeshire and work within the agriculture sector? The DPJ Foundation provides advice, guidance and support for all matter’s mental health related. You can receive help in the form of a fully qualified counsellor either by a home visit, a mutual location within Pembrokeshire or either via the internet or telephone.

You can call or text 24/7 and they’ll ensure you receive the support you need.

Call on 0800 587 4262

Text on 07860 048799