Crisis Support

Please be aware, Marriage Care is not able to support clients in an immediate crisis. The welfare of our service users is our priority so, if you are facing a specific issue, you may like to look at the below list of external services. Please also note, we currently work with adults over the age of 18. If you are a young person who needs help, please refer to the ‘Support for Young People’ section below.
If you feel you are in immediate danger, please call the Emergency Services by dialing 999.
If you are in a situation where speaking will put you in danger, you can use the Silent Solutions service by dialing 999 then 55 to be put through to the police. 

Abuse

  • Women’s Aid
    Support for women experiencing Domestic Abuse
  • SafeLives
    Support for anyone experiencing Domestic Abuse
  • ManKind
    Support for men experiencing Domestic Abuse

Helpful Apps

  • Hollie Guard Personal Saftey App
    Hollie Guard immediately notifies your chosen contacts if you are in danger, sending them your location with a simple tap.
  • Bright Sky
    A free app that gives both national and local support or victims of abuse. You can also use this if you are worried about someone who may be in an abusive situation.

Mental Health Crisis Support

  • Samaritans 
    Emergency emotional support for those experiencing suicidal thoughts 
  • Harmless 
    Self-harm support
  • NHS Crisis Support 
    Immediate expert advice for you or someone else experiencing a mental health crisis

Support for Young People

  • Childline
    Counselling and support for under-19’s
  • NSPCC
    Support for children facing abuse