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Tagged with 'Emotional Distress'

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Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service

Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service (LSLCS) is a mental health charity based in Leeds. They provide out-of-hours support to people in acute mental health crisis with the aim of reducing hospital admissions, A&E visits, and use of statutory crisis services. One of the ways they do this is through their… Read More

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The Challenges of Helpline Management

In June, members who attended our Managing a Helpline event in London heard from Sue who manages the helpline for our member The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM). Sue talked to us about the challenges of helpline management. CALM is a national charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single… Read More

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GamCare and the National Gambling HelpLine

As gambling behaviour is increasingly a subject of public health and policy interest we talked to Catherine Sweet, Head of Marketing and Communications, at our member GamCare about the work they do to prevent gambling becoming a problem and supporting people if it does. Understanding the risks “For many people… Read More

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The power of listening

In a powerful and very personal TED Talk, our Chair and the CEO of The Silver Line, Sophie Andrews shares how a helpline became her lifeline. In the short video, Sophie talks about how as a young girl, being sexually abused by her father and his friends, she made a… Read More

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A small helpline makes a big impact

Dawn Neville survived child abuse and rape and then became a Trustee of the charity National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC). She appreciated the importance of the specialist NAPAC helpline at her time of need. Dawn now gives back her time and experience to support others. A small… Read More