Getting help when in crisis- crisis resolution teams

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by geordie_angel_sad_eyes, Mar 6, 2011.

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  1. geordie_angel_sad_eyes

    geordie_angel_sad_eyes Active Member

    Hiim not really too sure how to ask this so please bear with me.
    I recieved a phone call last wed saying my first counselling session is on this wed. Im really struggling to cope with just the thought of it im absolutly dreading it.
    Anyway the last two days have been so awful worrying about it. I really dont want to go and am trying anything to not. Ive got so worked up ive cut myself again and today taking a few more solphadeine than i should have but nothing still just pure panic.
    Im on mertazapine and usually they help me sleep but the last two nights i have struggled.
    Anyway i guess my question is can i phone the crisi team even though i have been discharged from their care a couple weeks ago i have been told by someone that you cant. Surely this is not right i only have a mobile which is capped so i cant phone samaritans as its an 08 number and i cant phone family as they will just etll me to get a grip or worse phone an ambulance. I need some sort of distraction. Ive tried cleaning but i just keep looking at cleaning stuff thinking i could poison myself. I dont know what to do i dont want to go down the road of a and e and crisis team home visits again i just want a distraction sorry its long
     
  2. solutions

    solutions Well-Known Member

    Why not just try? It couldn't hurt. Personally, I think they'd welcome your call. It'd be weird if they denied you any help.
     
  3. Jenny

    Jenny Staff Alumni

    Hi
    Sorry things are so difficult.. just wanted to say that if it would help to call the samaritans you could try looking for your local branch (or any branch) and calling them directly, i.e. no need to go via the 0845 number.

    http://www.samaritans.org/talk_to_someone/find_my_local_branch.aspx

    Sometimes if you click on a branch (try a few) it gives their direct number and sometimes it directs you to their personal website, which again sometimes has a direct number on it. If you phone it it's no different than phoning the 0845 number and they don't know any different.

    Hope you're able to keep yourself safe

    Jenny x
     
  4. may71

    may71 Well-Known Member

    oh, this maybe redundant, but

    Samaritans UK & ROI
    National
    Contact by: Face to Face - Phone - Letter: - Email:
    Helpline 1: 08457 909090 (UK local rate) or +44 1603 611311
    Helpline 2: +44 (0) 8457 90 91 92 (UK minicom)
    Helpline 3: 1850 60 90 90 (ROI - local rate)
    Helpline 4: 1850 60 90 91 (ROI minicom)
    Website: www.samaritans.org
    Email Helpline: jo@samaritans.org
    24 Hour service:
     
  5. GoldenPsych

    GoldenPsych Well-Known Member

    Try going on the website so no to 0870 and you can usually get a landline number to call.

    If you are realy struggling then you may be best off going through the ED and you can speak to Crisis team that way. I think they would probably advise that anyway.

    Hope you got the support you needed.

    Let us know

    xxxx
     
  6. Leiaha

    Leiaha Well-Known Member

    Hi, sorry you are having a bad time =( Unfortunately you can't self refer to Crisis team. If you call them after discharge, they won't help you, they will just tell you to go to either A&E or your GP and ask them to refer you. I have been down this road sooo many times with them, Its wrong but I understand why they do it this way =(.
    Hope you manage to get some help soon *hug*
     
  7. geordie_angel_sad_eyes

    geordie_angel_sad_eyes Active Member

    Hi i dont want them to come out to me or self refer i only want a distraction for when im feeling like giving up which is quite often to be honest. I just wanted to know would they just hang up on me if i phoned just for someone to talk to
     
  8. geordie_angel_sad_eyes

    geordie_angel_sad_eyes Active Member

    Im not wanting to self refer orwant them to come out to me i just wanted to know if i can phone them to distract me from killing myself when things get on top of me which is often. Would they just hang up the phone on me. I just need someone to talk to
     
  9. GoldenPsych

    GoldenPsych Well-Known Member

    Your best bet is a support line such as the samaritans. Try focusline also. xxx
     
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