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Accessing mental wellbeing support in Northern Ireland

If you need immediate assistance with your mental wellbeing, call the emergency services on 999 or visit your nearest Accident and Emergency service . You can also talk to your GP who can refer you...


Dementia in Northern Ireland

Dementia is a common condition, and as you get older, your risk of developing the condition increases. Memory loss is normal as you get older, but if it begins to affect your daily life or it worries...


Accessing mental wellbeing support in Scotland

If you need immediate assistance with your mental wellbeing, call the emergency services on 999 or visit your nearest Accident and Emergency service . You can also talk to your GP who can refer you...


Alcohol and drug dependency – support for families in Scotland

If you or someone you know is struggling with an alcohol or drug dependency, there are services available to support you. These services aim to help not just the individual with the substance misuse...


Getting help if you’re feeling suicidal in Scotland

The NHS is the first point of contact for those feeling suicidal. Visit your closest A&E or dial 999 if you don't feel you can keep yourself safe. There is also information on the NHS Inform website...


Mental health support for spouses and dependants in Northern Ireland

Various services and organisations provide support for the mental wellbeing of spouses and dependants of service and ex-Service people. The NI Direct website can help you find specialist advice for a...


Support for those experiencing domestic violence in Scotland

If you are at an immediate risk of violence, call 999 and speak to the police. However hopeless it may appear, you do not have to suffer violence at home. Inflicting violence on another person can be...