If you're concerned about someone
Are you worried about someone? Don't try to handle it on your own, get help.
If you are concerned that an adult or child could be being abused, neglected, or that they may be at risk of harm, please report it.
In an emergency or immediate danger, always dial 999 and ask for the police.
Contact us and report it
Remember even if you're unsure, report it to us so that we can check. You can report your concerns anonymously if you want as well.
Contact us by:
- Call: 0161 234 5001
- email: email@example.com
Mental health and emotional wellbeing
There is also help available if you think you or your guest(s) need support.
It is important to speak to someone as soon as possible so they can get the support they need.
Mental health organisations
These local and national organisations also offer confidential advice, guidance and support to people struggling with their mental health.
- Telephone: 111
- Website: www.nhs.uk/mental-health
- Telephone: 116 123
- Website: www.samaritans.org
NHS: Therapy For You (local support and clinical services):
- Telephone: 01268 739 128
- Or visit https://www.therapyforyou.co.uk/
Migrant Help UK
Migrant Help UK provides advice and support to asylum seekers, refugees and victims of modern slavery and trafficking.
Modern Slavery and Exploitation Helpline
If you are concerned for your safety, call the police on 101 or the emergency helpline.
- Telephone: 08000 121700
British Red Cross
British Red Cross supports refugees, providing emergency provisions for those facing severe hardship to giving orientation support and friendly advice to the most vulnerable.
- Telephone: 0808 196 3651
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Refugee Council provides support and advice to refugees and asylum seekers.
- Telephone: 0207 346 6700
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army provides support and advice to refugees and asylum seekers and specialist support to victims of modern slavery.
- Telephone: 0800 808 3733
- Website: www.salvationarmy.org.uk
Ukraine response service
Manchester City Council is committed to doing everything possible to support sponsors and families in the city welcoming Ukrainian refugees.
- For enquiries email: email@example.com