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Help with Family Support

Help with Mental Health for Pupils and Famlies.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Is your child or the child you are caring for experiencing anxiety, worry or stress?
Are they experiencing psychological or emotional distress?
Do you need to talk to someone who can offer support and advice?

This service is open to Children, Young People, Parents, Carers and Professionals

The Urgent Mental Health Support Telephone line is open now 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01752 435122 for advice and support.

Kind regards
CAMHS management

 

If you are struggling for food and need an emergency food bank parcel, during this difficult time, please contact the council on 668000 and select option 4.  You will be given a reference number; this will enable you to collect your parcel (but remember to check the opening times of the food bank while you are on the phone). As you can imagine there is high demand so please only do this if you have no other way of feeding yourself and your family.

 

Most of the local supermarkets are putting together a food box, for around £35. If you go onto their website it is quite easy to order and they can deliver to you, however, remember that there is high demand for these and limited delivery slots, so make you order in advance.

 

Local churches are trying to help, when then can and if you are struggling it would be worth giving them a call to see if they can offer support.

 

Samaritans number is 116 123 - they can to support if you are feeling depressed, extremely anxious and have no where a else to turn.

 

MIND Can offer mental health support and can be contacted on tel:0300-123-3393


Shelter are offering support via their web

page: https://england.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice and can help with serious housing problems, (use this if you are due to be evicted or are struggling with rent, during this difficult time and when all other avenues have been exhausted with your landlord). 

 

Also 01752 668000 is the phone number for Plymouth City Council, if you have problems, they will be able to signpost you to someone who can help. 

 

Finally, don't forget that there are people in school, during normal school hours, who would always try to help or signpost to someone who could: 01752 660566

Or email; reception@salisburyroad.co.uk

 

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