If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 999 now.
The crisis team can help you if you feel like your mental health is at breaking point. You might have already been diagnosed with a mental health problem or this might be the first time you have had a mental health problem. Each person's experience of a mental health crisis is individual to them.
Please click the relevant button below to access support.
If you are being seen by our services and are experiencing a
crisis, please call the number on your care plan.
Otherwise, you can call Bristol Mental Health on 0300
555 0334, 24/7, if you are having a mental health
For non-emergency medical advice please call 111 or book an
appointment with your GP.
If you are using one of our services already you should have a
care plan. It may be useful to use this for support in a
non-emergency situation. If you are not currently using our
services, you can visit our services page to find out what other mental
health services we have to support you. You can also contact the
following if you're feeling distressed:
Bristol Mental Health
NHS funded services provided by public and voluntary sector
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