Do you need help, support or advice?
There are various services available to Isle of Wight residents should you need urgent mental health advice or treatment.
To access mental health support, for adults or children, speak to your GP practice if they are open. You can also contact:
Mental Health Crisis Advice (Single Point of Access): 01983 522214 available 24/7.
Community Safe Haven: 03300 083888 or visit during opening hours 5pm-10pm Monday-Friday and 10am-10pm Weekends and bank holidays.
The Urgent Care Service (UCS) at St. Mary’s Hospital treats urgent care needs. Anyone who thinks they need to be seen urgently should call NHS 111 first.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you need to speak to someone urgently. 111 will carry out an assessment over the telephone and direct you to the best place to get treatment.
999 and the Emergency Department at St. Mary’s Hospital are for serious, life-threatening injuries and illnesses including loss of consciousness, heavy bleeding, severe chest pain or breathing difficulty, serious burns, strokes and persistent fits. Misuse of ambulance services can cost lives – think before you dial 999.