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Teenagers and Young People

If you've got asthma, epilepsy, constipation or eczema and it's bothering you, tell your GP! Depending on where your GP is we might be able to see you or at least put you in contact with someone who can help.

If you live in Lambeth or Southwark there are some other great services where you can talk to someone about anything that's bothering you, in confidence:

And for young people living anywhere in the UK, remember you can contact Childline at anytime. https://www.childline.org.uk

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Have a look at our useful resources and links. The full list and details are in our health packs.

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Emergency Numbers

Physical Health

If you are in danger, a lot of pain or you are concerned about an immediate risk of harm - either to yourself or someone else, dial 999.

If you need urgent medical help or advice - but it is not life threatening - call 111

Mental Health

If you need to talk to someone urgently, call Child Line on 0800 111 or the Samaritans on 08457 909090.

If you, a family member or friend are in distress and need urgent help, contact South London and Maudsley Hospital's 24-hour mental health support line on 0800 731 2864.

If you feel unsafe and need immediate help, go to your nearest hospital with an Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department - where the psychiatric liaison team can help you (24 hours a day, 365 days of the year).

Your GP

If you need help but you can wait until the next day then please visit your GP as the first point of contact.

 

All the numbers and services above are free and confidential.

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This is not an emergency service, please contact 999 if someone is seriously ill and their life is at risk