I need urgent help

If you are in need of immediate assistance please telephone the relevant contact listed below.

If you are feeling suicidal it is very important for you to talk to someone and tell them how you are feeling.  This could be a family member, a friend, a health professional, a helpline; it's whoever you feel comfortable talking to!  If you are at high risk of killing yourself right now you should contact the emergency services (999) immediately.

NHS 24111
Lerwick Police101
Community Mental Health Team01595 743006
NHS Shetland01595 743000
Samaritans116 123
Breathing Space0800 83 85 87
HOPELineUK0800 068 41 41

 If you are concerned about a loved one, a friend or a colleague, encourage them to seek help through one of the above services.

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