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You are not alone; talk to someone.
In times of difficulty, one of the best ways to overcome a problem is to share it with someone else, a kind and caring voice. The bravest thing for some people to do is to admit that they have a problem. This takes a great deal of courage and strength.
Our team of specially trained and patient counsellors are willing to listen.
Sharing a problem is often the first step to recovery.
If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We will not judge or tell you what to do.
Is contacting us free?Our helpline number is a free number so you dont have to worry about mobile cost.
Is the service confidential?We take confidentiality very serious at BMHS. You can be sure that our conversation will be strictly confidential.
What can I speak to you about?You can get in touch about anything that is troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels.
Is this service for me?It is for everyone over the age of 18, particularly if you identify as Black, Asian, and other minority ethnic or socially deprived group.
What is the best time to call?If you need advice or specialist support for a specific issue, such as a bereavement or domestic abuse, we will provide you with contact details of specialist organisations, which you may find helpful.
We are here to listen, no judgement, no pressure, and help you work through what is on your mind. We will never tell you what to do.
If you need advice or specialist support for a specific issue, such as a bereavement or domestic abuse, we will provide you with contact details of specialist organisation which you may find helpful.