Other Links


If you are having a difficult time for any reason

Call 116 123 free of charge

Samaritans are able to direct you to other organisations that can offer specific advice

Age UK
Provides companionship, advice and support for millions of older adults.
0800 169 6565

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. Its website provides details of local care provides and results of their inspections.

Citizens Advice Bureau gives free confidential information and advice to assist people with problems.
Phone: 03444 111 444
Text relay: 03444 111 445 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)

Hourglass support anyone over the age of 60 suffering from abuse or neglect.

Mencap support people with a learning disability and their families. More information can be found on their website.

Neighbourhood Watch for safer and stronger communities.

Scope provides support for disabled people and advice and information on disabilities. Their website provides details of how to contact them.

Trading Standards offers consumer help or advice.
Phone: 0808 223 1133

Victim Support offers free confidential support for those affected by crime or traumatic events.
Phone: 0333 250 9854 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

Fraud Emails and Texts

Never click on links, emails are not always what you think

Fraudulent emails and texts are sent by criminals who pretend to be a legitimate company, bank or shop. They can look very professional and might say there is a problem with your account. They often include a link to a fake website in an attempt to obtain your login details. 

Fraudulent Emails & Texts

Never click on links or respond to unexpected emails or texts.

Report fraud to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

Protect yourself – have you:

  • Received unexpected correspondence?
  • Checked the sender’s email address?
  • Been asked to click a link to a website or download an attachment?
  • Felt pressured to act quickly?
  • Checked the contact details match those on official documents or websites?

Protect others – have they:

  • Mentioned a suspicious email or text?
  • Received correspondence that would normally arrive by post or telephone?
  • Had unexpected transactions appear on their bank statement?
  • Received other unusual messages?
  • Stopped using technology out of fear?

For further crime prevention advice contact your local Crime Prevention Officer on 101


Alcoholics Anonymous – support for people who want to stop drinking.


FRANK – support and information about drugs.


We Are With You – support for mental health issues as well as drug and

alcohol abuse.

Narcotics Anonymous – support for people who want to stop taking drugs.


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