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Our Mission: To promote wellbeing and prevent mental health problems in Warwickshire & Worcestershire

Our Vision: A society where people can live free of stigma, discrimination and achieve their personal wellbeing.

Our Values: Inspiration, Knowledge, Quality, Inclusivity, Dignity, Innovation, Person-Centred Approach, Equality and Diversity, and Influence.

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We have a variety of services to help you with personal mental wellbeing - places to go, people who can listen and help, and activities you can share, as well as courses for you and your employers

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Find out how you can support Springfield Mind, whether by volunteering with us, fundraising for us, working for us, or contributing to our funds through donations or by becoming a Friend of Springfield Mind

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How to get help in a crisis

If your life is at risk right now

If you feel like you might attempt suicide, or may have seriously harmed yourself, you need urgent medical help. Please:

  • call 999 for an ambulance
  • go straight to A&E, if you can
  • or call your local crisis team:

Warwick & Leamington Crisis Team

Worcestershire Crisis Resolution Team

 

01926 450660

01905 681915

   

 

Stratford Crisis Team                              

  01789 415440

If you can't do this by yourself, ask someone to help you.

Mental health emergencies are serious. You're not wasting anyone's time.

 

What about coronavirus?

If you're worried about going to A&E because you're shielding or self-isolating, call 999 and ask for an ambulance to come to you.
The NHS still wants you to get the right help in an emergency. This may mean going to hospital. 
 "To this day I am so thankful that I was told to go to A&E. Sometimes you need to hit a low in order to move on from one."

If you don't want to call 999

If you can keep yourself safe for a short while, but you still need urgent advice:

 

Do you need some urgent coping tools?

We have some crisis resources that you can use right away, by yourself, wherever you are.

If you need to talk right now

Whatever you're going through, there are people you can talk to any time. You can:

These services are for anyone who's struggling.

They won't judge you.

They're free, they're anonymous, and they're always open.

Our page of helplines and listening lines has more numbers to try. 

 

"Once a girl actually answered the phone and kept me talking through my thoughts and suicidal feelings for almost three hours! To her I shall be eternally grateful!"

 

If you want to help someone else

 
 

"I could have just tidied myself up and gone to work but somehow I knew I had to speak to a doctor."

How can I prepare for a crisis?

When you're feeling in crisis, you just need to focus on staying safe, and getting help.

But if you have moments when you're feeling calmer and less overwhelmed, we have more information that could help you.

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