Mental Health Services & Support In Bucks
24/7 Mental Health Helpline now live for Bucks:
A new telephone helpline for mental health advice has been launched in Buckinghamshire. It will operate during the coronavirus pandemic 24 hours a day, seven days a week and temporarily replaces 111 for people who need mental health care and their situation is not life threatening.
Residents of all ages can call when they need advice about how to manage their symptoms, to find out when and where to get help and to access support from mental health professionals.
Adults: 01865 904997.
Children and young people: 01865 904998
During office hours, people who already use mental health services should contact services directly using the numbers in their care plan.
When someone is seriously ill or injured, or in an acute confused state, call 999.
People can also contact:
- Their own GP
2. Adults Mental Health Services:
- Healthy Minds in Buckinghamshire
- Safe Haven - Wycombe and Aylesbury Safe Haven is an out-of-hours, non-clinical space offering crisis support, signposting, safety planning and listening support over the weekend. The referral line is open from 6pm on the day of the service. Last entry is 11pm. You must call ahead first to reserve a space.
Aylesbury Safe Haven 01296 453017 (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 6.30pm until midnight)
Wycombe Safe Haven 01494 218098 (Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 6.30pm until midnight)
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services:
- Buckinghamshire 01865 901 951
Other helplines, information and advice include:
- Samaritans – Freephone 116 123 – open 24 hours
- Saneline – 0300 304 7000 – 4.30 pm to 10.30 pm daily
- Rethink – 0845 456 0455 – 10 am to 2 pm Monday to Friday
- FRANK – 0800 77 6600 – open 24 hours
- No Panic – 0844 967 4848 – 10 am to 10 pm
- Young Minds
- Stay Alive Suicide Prevention Mobile Phone App
- Mind UK’s national mental health charity
- Elefriends safe online space to listen, share and be heard