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If you find yourself in a crisis, it's important to know where to turn for help. In an emergency concerning your own physical or mental health, or that of a loved one,  please dial 999 or 111.

It's important to remember that seeking help is not a sign of weakness. If you're feeling overwhelmed or struggling due to Long Covid symptoms, and maybe they are impacting on your mental health, there are several organisations and hotlines available for those in crisis, the links are below.

Consider reaching out to your doctor or a mental health professional for assistance.

We provide resources here that can also offer support.  

Long Covid is a complex illness that can affect every aspect of our lives.

Don't hesitate to seek help if you need it - remember, you are not alone


If you are considering suicide or have harmed yourself and/or need urgent medical help, dial 999 or go to your nearest A&E

The Samaritans - "If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We won't judge or tell you what to do."  Call any time, day or night for free: 116 123 or email

Mind - Practical tools to use right now, by yourself, wherever you are. If you're feeling in crisis, this resource is for you.

NHS Urgent help for Mental Health - NHS urgent mental health helplines are for people of all ages.  24-hour advice and support – for you, your child, your parent or someone you care for

Give us a Shout - Text 'shout' to 85258.  A free, confidential, anonymous text support service. You can text from wherever you are in the UK. If you are struggling to cope and need to talk, trained Shout Volunteers are here for you, day or night.

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