Getting Help

Often or not, reaching out and asking for help can be the toughest part and the biggest step to take if you’re not feeling great and feel you need to speak to someone about your own headspace.

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.

What’s important to remember is that you’re never alone, and that you’ve always got someone to speak to.

Here’s some useful links as well as numbers to some great organisations in which we gladly endorse as being a place to go or someone to speak to when things aren’t quite plain sailing.

Samaritans UK 

Freephone anytime, any day on 116 123

www.samaritans.org

 

PAPYRUS (Prevention of Youth Suicide Hope Line)


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

0800 068 41 41 for support if you’re a young person experiencing suicidal thoughts or in case you’re concerned about a friend or family member who may be at risk.

 

The DPJ Foundation

Live in Pembrokeshire and work within the agriculture sector? The DPJ Foundation provides advice, guidance and support for all matters mental health related. You can receive help in the form of a fully qualified counselor 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

For more information on fellow organisations which are aiming to better improve mental health, as well as organisations we’ve supported in the past, please don’t hesitate to visit by visiting the sites below