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It is important that everyone takes care of their personal well-being. You can get support and advice from the following organisations.

First published:
28 February 2020
Last updated:

Community Advice and Listening Line

The Community Advice and Listening Line (C.A.L.L) is a dedicated mental health helpline for Wales. They provide confidential listening and emotional support.

Call the helpline on 0800 132737

You can also text ‘help’ to 81066, or visit the Community Advice and Listening Line for more information.

Fishermen’s Mission

The Fishermen’s Mission provides emergency support and practical care to fishermen and their families. It can provide emergency grants for people in need, and access to other grant makers.

Call 01489 566910 or visit the Fisherman’s Mission website for more information.

The mission has 2 port officers who can be contacted to access help and support:

Dewis Cymru

Dewis Cymru has information and advice on well-being issues. Available to people across Wales, it has contact details for local organisations and services that can help with well-being issues.

Visit dewis.cymru

Mind Cymru

Mind Cymru provides advice and support for anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Information is available about where to get help, medication and alternative treatments.

You can call Mind Cymru between 9am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays):

  • 0300 123 3393

You can also text 86463, or email info@mind.org.uk.
Visit Mind Cymru to find out more.

Samaritans

You can contact the Samaritans 24 hours a day, every day.

Call their helpline free on 116123 to talk to someone.

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