Mental illness can affect anyone at anytime. There is lots of free support available to those working or living in the City of London
Numbers and websites for City workers and residents
NHS 111: call 111, open 24 hours
Samaritans: 116 123 (24 hours, 7 days a week) www.samaritans.org
Whatever you’re going through, call Samaritans any time, from any phone. They are there round the clock. The number is free to call and you don’t have to be suicidal to call.
Dragon Café in the City at Shoe Lane Library. Thursdays (fortnightly), 12noon – 8:30pm until 12 July
Dragon Café in the City welcomes anyone working or living in the Square Mile. It’s a space where you can “release the pressure” of work, home or day-to-day life. Come along and take part in a range of free activities promoting mental wellbeing, or just to relax and meditate in the space.
More details on www.dragoncafeinthecity.com
City Advice: (City workers – 020 3475 5080, Mon-Fri 10am – 5pm, Thurs 1pm – 7pm) (City residents – 020 7392 2919, Mon-Fri 10am – 5pm) www.toynbeehall.org.uk/city-advice
City Advice is a free advice service that offers confidential and impartial advice to help those living, working, or studying in the Square Mile (or a City of London Corporation Estate).
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