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FOR URGENT ADVICE PLEASE CALL THE SAMARITANS TODAY 116 123

FOR URGENT ADVICE PLEASE CALL THE SAMARITANS TODAY 116 123

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Lots of the resources throughout this portal will help you to support other people on the journey back to good mental health. Why not sit down with the person you are concerned about and help them to navigate the portal and find out what might help them?

For children and young people in crisis

Text the Young Minds Crisis Messenger, for free 24/7 support across the UK If you need urgent help text YM to 85258

All texts are answered by trained volunteers, with support from experienced clinical supervisors.

For parents

Call the free Young Minds Parents Line Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 4pm

If you need urgent help text YM to 85258

For Managers, Occupational Health Team or for Self-Referral to TRiM

The Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) Programme is a peer support system designed to identify those at risk of developing a psychological illness as a result of a traumatic event.

TRiM Practitioners have undergone training to allow them to understand the effects that traumatic events can have upon people.

They’re not counsellors or therapists but are there to listen, offer practical advice and signpost to specialist support.

TRiM can be used 48-72 hours after a distressing incident, and participation is completely voluntary.

Email Trauma.Incident@wales.nhs.uk or ring 0300 123 9211 for a referral form.

Preventing suicide in young people

Papyrus aims to prevent suicide in young people Provides information, training and support for young people to lead prevention

Money Helper

MoneyHelper is here to help, so you can move on with life. They provide clear money and pension guidance online and over the phone. They can also point you to trusted services, if you need more support. Money help all in one place, that’s free to use.

Everyday money – Savings – Work & benefits – Homes – Money troubles – Family & care – Pensions & retirement

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The information and resources throughout this website are not owned by WAST, but are recognised to be valuable in maintaining and supporting good mental health for our workforce.

e: wellbeing.support.service@wales.nhs.uk

FOR URGENT ADVICE PLEASE CALL THE SAMARITANS TODAY 116 123