Counselling Care Skye and Lochalsh counsellors are not able to offer emergency service or crisis intervention. If you are in distress or contemplating self-harm or suicide, please refer to the services listed below who can help you 24/7.

For emergencies dial 999 for ambulance or police services.

Contact your GP or call NHS24 on 111 (out of hours).

Samaritans116 123 – volunteers who will listen or talk through your worries are available 24 hours.

Shout Crisis Text Line — For support in a crisis, text Shout to 85258.

Breathing Space Scotland 0800 83 85 87 – advisors are available in the evenings (6pm – 2am) and at the weekends (24 hours) for anyone feeling low, anxious or isolated.

Trauma Counselling Line Scotland08088 02 04 06 – A free telephone counselling service for adults who experienced abuse in childhood.

Scottish Women’s Aid800 027 1234

Respect Men’s Advice Line – 0808 8010327

The Silver Line0800 4 70 80 90 – friendship and advice 24 hours a day for older people.

NoPanic0844 967 48 48 – helpline for anyone who suffers from anxiety (10am-10pm). If you are having a panic attack, you can listen to the crisis message as a recorded message by calling 01952 680835.