FDAMH’s Immediate Help Service can help if you’re concerned for someone else

FDAMH’s Immediate Help Service provides access, without appointment, over the phone and in person at our centre, to an experienced member of staff. Offering support to people in crisis, our staff will be able to help people identify possible courses of action, that may or may not involve FDAMH. We’re here to give support and advice if you’re worried about someone you care for too, as in this case below:

“I spoke to you this morning regarding my friend; and I just wanted to say a huge thank you for all your help. It was so lovely to be able to speak to you on behalf of my friend this morning. We are all extremely concerned for his wellbeing. Your help and kindness are hugely appreciated, and I hope that we can get my friend well enough to be able to come along to your drop-in centre in the near future and continue the path to recovery.

Many, many thanks, and I hope you and all your colleagues at FDAMH have a lovely weekend.”

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