A free listening service is available for the residents of Lancashire to offer support and information for their health and wellbeing as well as mental health problems.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s mental health helpline is open 365 days a year offering an out of hours advice service and a listening ear for those feeling isolated, suicidal, or those worried about their mental health or that of someone they care about.
Lorraine Khalaf, helpline manager said: “The helpline is here for anyone who is feeling low, or who feels like they can’t talk to friends or family about their worries, as well as people with mental health problems or those who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts.
“It can be difficult to pick up the phone but don’t worry if you don’t know what to say as we’re here to help.”
Available on Freephone 0500 639000 Monday to Friday 7pm - 11pm and Saturday to Sunday midday to midnight.