How we help Resources Carer FAQ's Are you in crisis Find services and support groups near you and have their contact details near to hand! GPs Contact Number and Out of hours Contact Number - remember your GP is the gatekeeper of support services Go to your local A & E Call for an ambulance Call the police Out of Hour GP contact numbers for the different areas:- Southern Health & Social Care Trust - 02838399201 South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust - 02892602204 Western Health & Social Care Trust - 02871865195 Belfast Health & Social Care Trust - 02890744447 Northern Health & Social Care Trust - 02825663500 It is important to plan for crisis situations, so that you will know who to contact in an emergency. Make a personal plan which has information about signs that a crisis might happen and what you can do if it does. If the person you care for has a crisis plan from their mental health team it should be the first one you follow in a crisis. You need to know who to contact if you feel that the situation has reached crisis and they need urgent help. A mental health crisis can mean different things. It generally means when someone’s health worsens to the point where they need urgent help from professional services. You and your relative may notice early warning signs that their mental health is getting worse. If possible, try to get help early. Different services can help your relative in a crisis, such as the Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) or crisis team. In some circumstances, the Mental Health Act might be needed. The ‘nearest relative’ can ask social services to think about assessing your relative under the Mental Health Act.