Useful Contact Numbers and General Information Leaflets

Citizen's Advice Bureau 03444 111 444 - Advice Line

Mental Health (including Healthy Minds, Access Team and CAMHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) 0300 123 0907

Royal Stoke Hospital Switchboard 01782 715444

Cobridge Community Health Centre-Sexual Health and contraception clinic appointments 0300 790 0165

LGBT Network (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans network) 01782 266998

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty towards Children (NSPCC) Telephone Number 0808 800 500

Child line – 0800 1111

 Call 111 to access the NHS 111 service for 24 hour medical advice including out of hours dental care

North Staffordshire Mind 0300 123 3393


Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline 0808 800 2234

The Samaritans 08457 90 90 90

 Stoke on Trent Adult Social Care 0800 561 0015

BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) 03457 30 40 30

 The Carers UK Adviceline 0808 808 7777 or email advice@carersuk.org

FRANK Confidential Drugs Advice 0300 123 6600

 Duty Social Worker (if you have concerns about a child) 01782 235100

 NHS England 0300 311 2233

Help With Health Costs 0300 330 1343

 DMH Douglas Macmillan Hospice (24 hour advice from palliative care nurses) 01782 344300

New Era Domestic Abuse

Local helpline: 0300 303 3778 or, if you’d like to chat online with New Era, you can do this now by live chat. Click here to visit website.

National Domestic Abuse Helpline

Click here to visit the website Service that provides guidance and support for potential victims, as well as those who are worried about friends and loved ones. It also has a form through which you can book a safe time for a call from the team. Call: 0808 2000 247

Women's Aid

Women's Aid (click here to visit website) has a range of direct services for survivors, including a live chat service and an online Survivors’ Forum. They have developed additional advice specifically designed for the current coronavirus outbreak.

Men’s Advice Line

The Men’s Advice Line is a confidential helpline for male victims of domestic abuse and those supporting them. Call: 0808 801 0327 Click here to visit website

Galop - LGBT+

Galop (click here) runs the National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse specialist helpline. Email: help@galop.org.uk. Call: 0800 999 542

Hestia - abusive relationships

Hestia (click here) provides a free mobile app, Bright Sky, which provides support and information to anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know.

Chayn - abusive situations different languages

Chayn (click here) provides online help and resources in a number of languages about identifying manipulative situations and how friends can support those being abused.

Sexual assault referral centres

Sexual assault referral centres continue to provide non-judgmental advice and support services to victims and survivors of sexual assault or abuse. Interviews, forensic examinations and sexual health and counselling services are offered in a comfortable environment where staff will ensure that victims and survivors will be managed safely to comply with coronavirus guidance.

Please call your local sexual assault referral centre to arrange care and support, which may be provided in person or remotely depending on your needs.

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Karma Nirvana - 'honour' based abuse

If you are suffering abuse from your family or community because they say that you have compromised their ‘honour’, or if they are trying to force you into marriage, you can get help. Karma Nirvana runs the national honour-based abuse helpline. Email: support@karmanirvana.org.uk. Call: 0800 5999 247

Imkaan - violence against black and minority women

Imkaan (click here) is a women’s organisation addressing violence against black and minority women and girls.

Stay Safe East - disabled victims and survivors

Stay Safe East provides specialist and holistic advocacy and support services to disabled victims and survivors of abuse.

SignHealth - support for deaf people

Sign Health (click here) provides domestic abuse service support for deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL). WhatsApp or Facetime: 07970 350366 Telephone: 020 3947 2601 Email: da@signhealth.org.uk

Please click on the links below for information leaflets on various topics

CASH Contraception & Sexual Health Self Refer Clinics 2019

Cervical Screening, Helping You Decide

Chain SMS - Information on the new texting service available to patients

Diabetes Leaflets

Measles Information

Meningitis ACWY Vaccination

Timeline of screening all ages

Information on pre-diabetes

Screening for trans and non binary patients

Type II Diabetes Prevention

Type II Diabetes Prevention Factsheet

Worried about money? Citizens Advice Debt Leaflet

Type 1 Diabetes Management

Type 2 DESMOND Diabetes Management

Type 1 Diabetes FAQs



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