Need help now? Mental Health Crisis Care is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Urgent Crisis Support
24/7 Emergency crisis care
The coronavirus pandemic is placing extra mental health strain on mums to be, new mums and their families. We have fully trained professionals to support you with any mental health concern you may have.
We have mental health professionals available in three A&E hospital departments in east London every day from 9am - 9pm, seven days a week. Outside of these hours professional staff will still be available to speak to on site also. Addresses are below.
24/7 Emergency mental health crisis care is available by calling the following numbers. All numbers are free to call, you won't be charged:
- If you live in City & Hackney call 0800 073 0006
- If you live in Luton call NHS 111 & ask for 'Option 2'
- If you live in Newham call 0800 073 0066
- If you live in Tower Hamlets call 0800 073 0003
- If you live in Bedfordshire call NHS 111& ask for 'Option 2'
If you do not live or work in any of our three east London boroughs, or Bedfordshire & Luton, you can call NHS 111 and choose Option 2 for mental health crisis support.
Help is also available at the following Accident & Emergency (A&E) departments if you need medical treatment or are struggling to keep yourself safe in the present moment:
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital
LUTON LU4 0DZ
Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
BEDFORD MK42 9DJ
City & Hackney A&E
City and Hackney Accident and Emergency Services
Homerton University Hospital
London E9 6SP
Newham Accident and Emergency Services
Newham University Hospital
London E13 8SL
Tower Hamlets A&E
Tower Hamlets Accident and Emergency Services
The Royal London Hospital Accident and Emergency service (A&E)
Whitechapel London E1 1BB
The Royal London is a 24 hour service including a dedicated children's A&E department
Located on the ground floor of North Tower, access from Whitechapel Road along East Mount Street
Tel A&E reception: 020 3594 000