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If you need urgent help

If you require crisis support, we’re here to point you in the right direction. With connections to some of the best local and national crisis services, we can ensure you speak to the best people and get the help you need as soon as possible.

Urgent help for suicidal or harmful thoughts

If you feel like you may harm yourself or you have suicidal thoughts, seeking immediate crisis support should be your top priority. We can signpost you towards a range of 24/7 services for mental health support in an emergency, with trained operators who will assist you and provide you with the necessary care.

Urgent help for physical health problems

If you are experiencing a physical health emergency because of your eating disorder, we recommend that you attend your local A&E. If you’re unable to do so, call an out-of-hours doctor or an emergency ambulance service. This is especially important if you are experiencing chest pains, loss of consciousness or seizures.

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Getting urgent help for someone as a carer or loved one

If you are concerned about a loved one’s mental or physical health because of their eating disorder or other health issues, you may be able to provide them with the resources above to seek urgent care. If that is not possible, you may wish to speak to emergency services to discuss what you can do to keep that person safe.

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