This page contains links to the relevant mental health services in Doncaster for children and adults, which will provide you with information and contact details.

Is your life or someone else’s in immediate danger?

In the event of an emergency situation or if you or someone else is in immediate risk of serious harm or injury:

  • Contact the Emergency Services by dialling 999 and stating which service you require;

If you're having problems with your mental health you should speak to your GP.

Adult Mental Health Services
What to do in an emergency
Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service

Worried about a child? Where you believe there is immediate risk of significant harm the police should be contacted on 999, otherwise complete the relevant form here:

If you believe a situation is life-threatening, please ring the emergency services on 999

Children and young people aged 11 to 25 can receive confidential and non-judgemental professional help for mental health concerns, as and when they need it, through Kooth which is a 24/7 digital mental health support website. You can create an account or log in (if you already have an account) here.

Support Services
If you would like to talk to someone about mental health issues there are a number of local contacts here to help. You can find the details of these contacts, along with other useful living well advice on the Your Life Doncaster website.

Please follow this link for the details specific to mental health.

National Support Services

Rethink Mental Illness offers help on a wide range of topics such as the Mental Health Act, community care, welfare benefits, and carers rights, as well as general information about living with mental illness, medication and care.

  • SANE is a national mental health charity offering an out-of-hours helpline (SANEline) for specialist emotional support, guidance and information to anyone affected by mental illness, including family, friends and carers.