CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

In line with government guidance on social distancing and coronavirus CCIS operating hours will be as normal, however we are not seeing people in our premises.

We are now offering support via telephone, WhatsApp, video calling and skype.

Recognising the possible detrimental effects that this current situation could be having on people's emotional wellbeing, and mindful of how some may now be feeling more isolated than normal. CCIS will now be operational during the following additional hours. 

Thursday 8pm - Sunday 8am 

If you feel in crisis and need support or if you have observed someone who is in distress and may come to significant harm through self-harm and suicidal behaviour please call: 028 7126 230


If you need to speak to someone urgently, please call Lifeline on 0808 808 8000, the Samaritans or attend your local Emergency Department

The pilot Community Crisis Intervention Service (CCIS), is a community-led initiative, which responds to individuals who are observed to be in distress and potentially vulnerable, and who may be at risk of suicidal behaviour

The service provides a timely (within approx. 30mins), non-clinical, community response to individuals experiencing social, emotional or situational crisis over a timeframe of:

Thursday 9am - Midnight

Friday 9am - Midnight

Saturday 4pm - Midnight

Sunday 4pm - 10pm

If you feel in crisis and need support or if you have observed someone who is in distress and may come to significant harm through self-harm and suicidal behaviour please call: 028 7126 2300

The service will provide support and offer a short-term solution to manage immediate crisis, which will include risk assessment, de-escalation, and identification of personal support options (friends/family) and other appropriate support and treatment services.

I Can't Keep Safe Right Now

Should you need to contact someone urgently, please call Lifeline on 0808 808 8000 or, the Samaritans or attend your local Emergency Department.

999 can support you in an emergency too, the operator can talk to you about different types of immediate support the emergency services can offer.

Advice and support for common problems like stress, anxiety and depression.


LOCATION: Derry-Londonderry & Strabane areas

SUPPORTING: Communities

HOW DO I GET HELP AND SUPPORT? Referrals to the service are via both statutory and community and voluntary organisations.

CONTACT:

Extern
Holywell Building
8-14, Bishop Street,
Derry-Londonderry
BT48 6PW

Tel: 028 7126 2104


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