Getting Help:

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Life has its ups and its downs and when we’re on a down, its ok to ask for help. There are many amazing services out there with incredible people who dedicate themselves to helping others get the support they need.

If you find yourself in a situation where you need support, help or advice; please reach out.

This page includes information which you may find helpful.

Help and support services

If you are feeling in despair or are feeling suicidal there are people who you can reach out to for support.

18 years or over

You can:

• drop into the Safe Haven at 7 High Street, Newport, PO30 1SS.
• call 01983 520168 and speak to the Community Mental Health Safe Haven
• email

Trained professionals can discuss your mental health concerns and provide help.
The service is available:

• Monday to Friday between 5pm and 10pm
• Weekends and bank holidays between 10am and 10pm
11 to 17 years old (or up to 18 with additional needs)

You can:

• call 07741 665182 and speak to Space 4U

They provide an emotional crisis support service for young people.
The service is available:

• Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 5pm and 8pm
• Saturday between 10am and 1.30pm

Access to psychiatric crisis support

You can call the Single Points of Access Service if:

• your mental or emotional state quickly gets worse
• you are worried about someone you know

The service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can be contacted on 01983 522214.

Samaritans can be contacted for telephone support and face to face counselling. For more information visit the Samaritans website.
Papyrus provides help for young people up to the age of 30 years. For more information visit the Papyrus website.

Substance misuse

Inclusion IOW are an NHS organisation. Inclusion work with individuals who want help and support for their drug use. Inclusion understand the difficulty and effort it takes to reach out and ask for help. They will always do their utmost to support you to transition to a better place and keep you safe.

They have strong and robust structures in place to ensure their services are safe, effective and responding to your needs. The way they work has been developed with service users over many years.

How to get help

If you need help you can get in touch with Inclusion IOW.

You can:
• complete an online referral form
• email
• call 01983 526654
• text 07980 778876

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