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In this section, there are a number of links to other websites, resources and other crisis helplines that you may find helpful.
United to prevent Suicide: short film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJn1X2r1_aM
Information and advice from NHS Inform on where else you can access support https://www.nhsinform.scot/campaigns/suicide
In addition to Mikeysline, there are a number of other crisis support helplines that you can contact. Some of these are outlined here:
Samaritans – 24 hours/7 days a week – Telephone: 116 123 (freephone) or email: Jo@samaritans.org
Breathing Space – Mon-Thurs 6pm-2am and Friday-Mon 6pm-6am. Phone: 0800 83 85 87 (freephone)
Ewen’s Room – offering support to people in Lochaber: Ardnamurchan, Morvern and Moidart
Phone: 0800 639 3317 Mon-Fri 5pm-10pm and 12pm-10pm Saturdays and Sundays
Listening Ear - supporting people in the Caithness area who are in difficult circumsances or a crisis that is adversely affecting mental health. Offering phone or Zoom support. Phone: 07529 248 763
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk - offering online support groups and resources to support those with eating disorders and those concerned about others with eating disorders.
Help for adults
The Beat Adult Helpline is open to anyone over 18. Parents, teachers or any concerned adults should call the adult helpline.
Helpline: 0808 801 0677
a wellbeing and youth work resource, includes toolkits and podcasts developed by young people during the 2020 national lockdown to support mental wellbeing.
A children and young people’s mental health charity offering resources and advice in a number of areas in relation to mental wellbeing, bullying etc and if you are worried about how you are feeling. They also offer a parent’s helpline for parents concerned about their child/young person.
Who cares Scotland
A support service for care experienced young people. Offering resources and a helpline, which operates from Monday to Friday, 12-4pm. Tel: 0330 107 7540. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highland Substance Awareness Toolkit
Up to date information and advice targeted specifically at young people on the following themes:
Hearing Voices Networks:
The Haven, Dundee
Video - I had a black dog, his name was depression
A number of resources on a range of mental health issues on these NHS pages
NHS leaflet - Talking About Depression
NHS leaflet - Talking About Anxiety
NHS leaflet - Talking About Phobias
NHS Inform - Panic Attack self guide
Congnitive Behavioural Therapy – for low mood, stress and resilience - free online courses through Living Life to the Full website:
National self-harm network and forum
NHS leaflet on Self-Harm
Sleep issues – advice and support and tools to help you sleep
The Hope app - available for both Android and iPhone.
Source of information for people wtih drug and/or alcohol problems and their familites and friends that helps prevent overdose and encourages engagement.
Talk to Frank gives information and advice on drugs in a non-judgemental manner. Chat support is available.
Drink aware website gives advice and information on alcohol and safe drinking limits
James Support Group
A monthly support group at the Mercure Hotel, last Sunday of every month (currently via Zoom) , 11am- 1pm see
Listening Ear (Caithness) providing bereavement support. Phone 07529 248 763
Survivors of bereavement by suicide
A national charity aimed at meeting the needs and overcoming the isolation experienced by people over 18 who have been bereaved by suicide.
This booklet has been produced by Scottish Association for Mental Health
SAMH. It provides contact details of relevant organisations in Scotland:
Clear your Head: https://clearyourhead.scot/tips