About our service
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and would like someone to talk to, you can call our NightLight Crisis Helpline.
Our helpline will provide emotional support, advice and information if you are feeling distressed and are in crisis. You can also call us if your mental health is impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We will offer you sensitive and non-judgmental support from our team of dedicated Crisis Support Workers and Peer Mentors who will provide you with:
- Time and space to talk
- Support with crisis resolution and building coping strategies
- Advice and information
- Onward referral
Anyone experiencing mental health distress can call the Helpline for emotional support and signposting.
Professionals, family or friends can call on someone’s behalf with the individual’s consent.
I’m so thankful people like you exist. Thank you so much, just to be heard and valued and believed has helped so much. I didn’t know how I was going to get through the next two minutes before I called and now I don’t feel so lost this evening
Our opening hours
To contact the helpline please call us on 01923 256391
We are open from 7pm – 1am, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Mon: 7pm to 1am
Tue: 7pm to 1am
Wed: 7pm to 1am
Thu: 7pm to 1am
Fri: 7pm to 1am
Sat: 7pm to 1am
Sun: 7pm to 1am
Calls will be charged at your standard local rate.
Occasionally there are times when we get a lot of calls to the helpline. If your call is not answered, please leave a voice mail message and we will call you back.