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Clacton Crisis Café
Clacton Crisis Café
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Clacton Crisis Café
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The Clacton Crisis Café provides a safe and supportive space for people experiencing a mental health crisis. The Cafe is open to the residents of Tendring every evening between 5pm – 12pm, based at the Trinity Methodist Church, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex CO15 1NJ. Access to the Cafe is by referral only, referrals can be made either by health and social care professionals or Essex Police.

The Cafe is there to support anyone experiencing a mental health crisis due to: anxiety and panic attacks, suicidal thoughts, self-harm that does not require medical treatment, depression, hearing voices, and post-traumatic stress disorder and associated crisis from complex trauma.

The team will be available to talk through the issues that have led to crisis and identify trigger points. Together with the individual the team will work on coping mechanisms and put strategies in place to prevent a crisis reoccurring. Working with their networks individuals will be supported to take positive steps to leading a happier and healthier life. Individuals will be given information about other places to go during the day so they feel supported at all times.  The Cafe offers breakaway rooms to facilitate one to one chats.

Unfortunately, children cannot accompany anyone to the Café but telephone appointments are available. We operate a strict substance policy, if anyone is under the influence of drugs or alcohol they will not be able to access the Café.

As part of the Clacton Crisis Café service, The Haven Project will also be offering resilience sessions run by a clinical lead on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for those with a complex trauma. These sessions will focus on exploring feelings, condition management and resilience techniques and will last around two hours.

Phone:
01206 764600
Address:
Trinity Methodist Church, Clacton-on-Sea
CO15 1NJ
Essex
District:
Tendring
CMOC Area:
Tendring South
Town/Village:
Clacton
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Colchester Crisis Café
Colchester Crisis Café
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Colchester Crisis Café
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The Colchester Crisis Café provides a safe and supportive space for people experiencing a mental health crisis. The Café is open to the residents of the Colchester area every evening between 6pm – 1am. Access to the Café is by referral only, referrals can be made via the NHS 111 service (option 2).

The Café is there to support anyone experiencing a mental health crisis due to: anxiety and panic attacks, suicidal thoughts, self-harm that does not require medical treatment, depression, hearing voices, and post-traumatic stress disorder and associated crisis from complex trauma.

The team will be available to talk through the issues that have led to crisis and identify trigger points. Together with the individual the team will work on coping mechanisms and put strategies in place to prevent a crisis reoccurring. Working with their networks individuals will be supported to take positive steps to leading a happier and healthier life. Individuals will be given information about other places to go during the day so they feel supported at all times.  The Café offers breakaway rooms to facilitate one to one chats.

Unfortunately, children cannot accompany anyone to the Café but telephone appointments are available. We operate a strict substance policy, if anyone is under the influence of drugs or alcohol they will not be able to access the Café.

Phone:
01206 764600
Address:
The Constantine Centre, 272a Mersea Rd, Colchester
CO2 8QZ
Essex
District:
Colchester
CMOC Area:
Colchester Mid
Town/Village:
Blackheath
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CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
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CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
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The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. And 75% of all UK suicides are male.

Frontline services:
Anyone can hit crisis point. We run a free and confidential helpline and webchat – 7 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone who needs to talk about life’s problems. We support those bereaved by suicide, through the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP).

Communities:
Together we’ll help our parents, siblings, partners, friends and colleagues. We spread our message and facilitate, universities, pubs, clubs and prisons across the country – so that people feel empowered to share their experiences and get the help they need before they reach the point of crisis.

Campaigns:
Everyone has a part to play. We campaign with media partners, brands and ambassadors to spread awareness of suicide and its devastating impact with campaigns like #Project84, #DontBottleItUp and The Best Man Project. We challenge boring male stereotypes and encourage positive behavioural change and help-seeking behaviour, using cultural touch points like art, music, sport and comedy.

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0800 58 58 58
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Cruse
Cruse
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Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Over the years, we have helped bereaved people in times of crisis, such as after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York and the Manchester Arena Bombings, and have expanded to support hundreds of thousands of people each year.

Our vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies.
Our mission is to offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.
Our values: At Cruse Bereavement Care we are Responsive, Compassionate, Respectful, Supportive and Innovative.

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0808 808 1677
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Cocaine Anonymous
Cocaine Anonymous
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Cocaine Anonymous
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We are a Fellowship of addicts who meet together to share our hope, faith, and courage for the purpose of staying sober and helping others achieve the same freedom. Everything heard at our meetings is to be treated as confidential. There are no dues or fees of any kind. To be a member, you only have to want to quit. We also exchange phone numbers, and give and seek support from one another between meetings.

We are all on equal footing here. We are men and women of all ages, races and social backgrounds, with the common bond of addiction. The Twelve-Step program of Cocaine Anonymous is gratefully borrowed from Alcoholics Anonymous. Many years of experience have demonstrated the value of one addict helping another.

We welcome newcomers to C.A. with more genuine warmth and acceptance in our hearts than you can probably now imagine—for you are the lifeblood of our program. In great part, it is by carrying the message of recovery to others like ourselves that we keep our own sobriety. We are all helping ourselves by helping each other.

Phone:
0800 612 0225