Crisis Support

CAPITAL Project Trust is NOT a crisis support charity.

A crisis is any situation in which you feel you need urgent help. If you are feeling suicidal or having thoughts about harming yourself, talk to someone you trust, they may be able to offer support and help keep you safe. If you feel that someone you know might be suicidal, ask them. Here are details of free helplines and other ways you can get help.

The Samaritans

Emergency

Call 999 for an ambulance or go straight to A&E if you think that you may act on suicidal feelings or you have seriously harmed yourself.

Sussex Mental Healthline 

Contact Mental Health Services

If you are already receiving support from Sussex Partnership mental health services you should have a care plan and a crisis card. These will include details of who to contact in a crisis.

NHS 111 or Your GP

If you need medical help or advice fast but it’s not an emergency call 111 and ask for the Sussex Mental Health Line, a specialist telephone service offering support and information, or contact your GP to make an appointment.

Please remember that you are NEVER alone and there is support out there for you.

This page is dedicated to Shaun Spillane, Previous Coastal Locality Coordinator at CAPITAL Project Trust.