Need help with your mental health in North East Lincolnshire?

On this page, you'll be directed to the right service to find the support you need.

If you're in immediate physical danger or have a medical emergency, you should call 999 immediately.

If you’re in a mental health crisis and need urgent help, call the Single Point of Access on (01472) 256256 and select option 3.

Alternatively, you can call NHS 111 free from any landline or mobile phone.

You might already be accessing support from one of our services. If so, you should contact your care coordinator straight away.

Open Minds offers a range of therapies aimed at helping you to deal with stressanxiety or depression.

You can self-refer online or by calling (01472) 625100.

We have launched a 24/7 COVID-19 mental health support service, which offers professional support to people affected by the pandemic.

The telephone support service can be accessed by anyone – from individuals already accessing services to people struggling with the new social distancing restrictions, isolation or pandemic-related anxiety.

Additional fast tracked support is also provided to NHS staff, partner organisations and key workers on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.

It can be accessed by calling (01472) 256256 and selecting option 3.

Safespace provides instant support if you’re vulnerable and need assistance with your mental health out-of-hours. You can speak to the team using Zoom or by calling in via telephone, between 5.30pm and 11pm, Monday to Friday.

Log on here.

If you think someone you love would benefit from getting support from our older people’s services, you should get in touch with your GP.

Your GP will then refer you to us through the Single Point of Access. The Older People’s Community Mental Health Team will contact you for an assessment, so we can discuss your needs.

If you as a carer are feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, you can self-refer directly to our Open Minds service on this website.

Rharian Fields, our specialist eating disorder services, accepts referrals from healthcare professionals, so you should speak to your GP in the first instance.

If you have any questions or would like to speak to a member of the team, send an email to nav.rharianfieldsadmin@nhs.net and we’ll respond as soon as we can.

You can access the Perinatal Mental Health service by speaking to the professionals involved in your care, such as your GP or midwife.

You can also request a referral directly through the Single Point of Access by calling (01472) 256256 and selecting option 3.

You can contact the Early Intervention in Psychosis & Transitions team directly for an informal chat on the telephone. They will be able to discuss your issues – whether it’s a potential referral, passing on advice or signposting you to a more suitable service.

Call (01472) 806800 or email NAV.EITreferrals@nhs.net. You can ask your GP to do this on your behalf if you prefer. A referral coordinator is available between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Tukes is an employment and training scheme that helps local people with mental health problems build confidence and gain new skills.

Complete an online form or call the team on (01472) 342172 for more information.