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CORONATION STREET - June 2018 - programme information

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. CALM’s free, anonymous and confidential helpline and webchat are open every single day between 5pm-midnight.

For further information please visit thecalmzone.net

Samaritans

The Samaritans is a registered charity that can provide support for anyone in distress. You don't have to be suicidal to call Samaritans.
Call any time from any phone on 116 123 (this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill), or email jo@samaritans.org, or visit www.samaritans.org to find details of your nearest branch.

Website at: samaritans.org
Facebook: facebook.com/samaritanscharity
Twitter: twitter.com/samaritans

Sands (Stillbirth and neonatal death charity)

Sands support anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby, whether your baby died recently or long ago.

The Sands helpline hours are:

Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm, plus Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 7pm - 10pm

You can contact the Sands Helpline on 0808 164 3332 (calls are charged at local rate)

Or email helpline@sands.org.uk

Visit the website: www.sands.org.uk

EMMERDALE - June 2018 - programme information

Sands (Stillbirth and neonatal death charity)

Sands support anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby, whether your baby died recently or long ago.

The Sands helpline hours are:

Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm, plus Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 7pm - 10pm

You can contact the Sands Helpline on 0808 164 3332 (calls are charged at local rate)

Or email helpline@sands.org.uk

Visit the website: www.sands.org.uk

CORONATION STREET - April/May 2018 - programme information

Karma Nirvana

Are you being pressured to get married against your will?
Do you fear to bring shame & dishonour on your family?
Have you been emotionally manipulated or physically abused?
Are you being told to get married because of your religion?
Do you worry about being disowned?

If you have suffered emotionally or physically, have been disowned or are thinking of leaving home we can help you. If you are LGBTQ and fear the consequences of coming out, we will stand by you.

Perhaps you have been living in a forced marriage for years and would just like to talk, we will listen and we will help you too.

For over twenty years we have helped thousands of men and women across the UK. Karma Nirvana does not discriminate between age, gender, sexuality, faith or no faith.

UK Helpline: 0800 5999 247
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
If you are in immediate danger, call 999
Email: info@karmanirvana.org.uk
Website: karmanirvana.org.uk

Naz and Matt Foundation

Naz and Matt Foundation exists to empower and support LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex) individuals, their friends and family to work towards resolving challenges linked to sexuality or gender identity, particularly where religion is heavily influencing the situation.

Our mission is to never let religion, any religion, come in the way of the unconditional love between parents and their children.

Website: nazandmattfoundation.org
Email: hello@nazandmattfoundation.org
Social Media:
Facebook: facebook.com/nazandmattfoundation
Twitter: @nazandmatt

SelfharmUK

Dedicated to self-harm recovery, insight and support.

SelfharmUK is a national charity which aims to provide support for young people struggling with issues related to self-harm. This means working in an online setting, our website allowing young people to post their concerns and fears about their harming and we respond to support them in that. Other anxiety concerns, including OCD, may be posted. In addition, we run an online support group called Alumina that young people can access via our website. We also support parents and professionals.

Anyone seeking help and support can contact us via our website: www.selfharm.co.uk Our website is regularly updated with blog posts and articles and we are committed to insight, recovery and support.

Rape Crisis Scotland

You can call Rape Crisis Scotland free on 0808 801 0302 (6pm to midnight). Calls are free from UK landlines and major mobile providers, or you can visit the website rapecrisisscotland.org.uk

Survivors Manchester

Survivors Manchester
P.O Box 4325
Manchester
M61 0BG
Email: support@survivorsmanchester.org.uk
Call the National Male Survivor Helpline: 0808 800 5005
Mon, Wed, Fri: 10am-4pm
Tue & Thu: 8am-8pm
Sat: 10am-12pm
Visit the National Male Survivor Website

Addaction Scotland

Addaction Scotland has developed its expertise and innovation across a wide range of services, including; pregnancy and early years work, community alcohol support, community recovery rehab, working with older people, mutual aid partnerships, blood borne virus (support through testing and treatment), harm reduction and education and employment.

Visit the website www.addaction.org.uk for more information.

EMMERDALE - May 2018 - programme information

Rape Crisis Scotland

You can call Rape Crisis Scotland free on 0808 801 0302 (6pm to midnight). Calls are free from UK landlines and major mobile providers, or you can visit the website rapecrisisscotland.org.uk

Scottish Women's Aid

Scottish Women’s Aid is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards the prevention of domestic abuse. They play a vital role coordinating, influencing and campaigning for effective responses to domestic abuse. They work with a network of 36 specialist local Women’s Aid groups toward a shared vision of a Scotland where domestic abuse is not tolerated.

Write to: 2nd Floor
132 Rose Street
Edinburgh
EH2 3JD

email: info@womensaid.scot

Online: womensaid.scot

If you feel scared of or around your partner or if you are worried about someone you know, get in touch with Scotland’s 24 hour Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline on 0800 027 1234, email helpline@sdafmh.org.uk or visit sdafmh.org.uk

EMMERDALE - April 2018 - programme information

Victim Support Scotland

Victim Support Scotland provides support and information services to victims and witnesses of crime in Scotland. They support 200,000 people affected by crime each year. This support is provided by staff and volunteers in national and local offices and court-based services across Scotland.

They are an independent charity and not part of the Police Scotland or Scottish Courts. All conversations with victims and witnesses are confidential and are not shared with people outside of Victim Support Scotland.

The service is completely free.

You can visit their website at www.victimsupportsco.org.uk

Or call the helpline on 0345 603 9213, Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm. Calls from landlines or mobile cost the same as to an 01 or an 02 number and will generally be included in any discount schemes or inclusive call minutes. For more info, please see www.ukcalling.info

FRANK

FRANK helps you find out everything you might want to know about drugs (and some stuff you don't). For friendly, confidential advice, go to www.talktofrank.com or call 0300 123 6600. FRANK can also help if you’re worried about a friend or family member, or are looking for help yourself.

Scottish viewers can also use the resources available on the Scottish Drug Services website www.scottishdrugservices.com

Addaction Scotland

Addaction Scotland has developed its expertise and innovation across a wide range of services, including; pregnancy and early years work, community alcohol support, community recovery rehab, working with older people, mutual aid partnerships, blood borne virus (support through testing and treatment), harm reduction and education and employment.

Visit the website www.addaction.org.uk for more information.

THE REAL FULL MONTY - March 2018 - programme information

Orchid
Giving support to all those fighting male cancers
0808 802 0010
orchid-cancer.org.uk

Movember
Helping to stop men dying too young from cancer
0207 952 2060
uk.movember.com

Prostate Cancer UK
Committed to confronting prostate cancer together
0800 074 8383
prostatecanceruk.org

Breast Cancer Care
Offering expert information to anyone diagnosed with breast cancer
0808 800 6000
breastcancercare.org.uk

Breast Cancer Now
The UK's leading breast cancer research charity
0333 20 70 300
breastcancernow.org

Coppafeel
Raising awareness and providing information about breast cancer
coppafeel.org

FOUR DAYS THAT SHOOK BRITAIN - March 2018 - programme information

If you were affected in any way by a terrorist attack last year, emotional and practical support is available for you.

Sometimes it’s not easy to recognise when you might need some help, but different kinds of support are available, including peer support networks, advice on talking to children, and practical assistance. It’s never too late to seek advice.

Please visit victimsofterrorism.campaign.gov.uk to find out more.

Alternatively, you can contact the following organisations for help:

Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland
National Helpline opening hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10am-8pm
Thursday: 10am-9pm
Friday: 10am-4pm
0845 600 2227 (calls cost 5p per minute plus your 'phone company's access charge)
Or visit the Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland website

Samaritans Helpline
samaritans.org
Free phone: 116 123
Open 24hrs

The Bereavement Trust Helpline
bereavement-trust.org.uk
Free phone: 0800 435 455
Open 6pm-10pm 365 days a year

SAMM - Support After Murder & Manslaughter
samm.org.uk
Helpline: 0845 872 3440 / 0121 472 2912 (Calls charged at local rate)
Support available 24hrs - please leave a message and your call will be returned

Winston's Wish
Supporting children, young people and their families after the death of a parent or sibling
winstonswish.org
Free phone: 08088 020 021
Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

CORONATION STREET - February 2018 - programme information

Kidney Care UK

Kidney Care UK is the UK’s leading kidney patient support charity, providing practical, financial and emotional support for kidney patients and their families throughout the UK. They provide support for more than 100 patients every week and invest over £3million every year in patient grants; helping people with kidney disease take much needed respite breaks, purchase domestic goods like washing machines or carpets or cover education and training costs to help them return to work. Kidney Care UK believe that no-one should face kidney disease alone. Find out more at kidneycareuk.org or call 01420 541424 (phone lines are open 9am until 5pm, Monday-Friday and re-open after the Christmas break on Tues 2nd Jan). Calls from UK landlines are charged at local rates, and charges from mobiles vary.

Kidney Research UK

Kidney Research UK is the leading charity dedicated to research into kidney disease in the UK. Their researchers are striving to make transplants work better and last longer. For information about kidney transplants, please visit: kidneyresearchuk.org

MIND

If you have been affected by Craig's story, you can visit mind.org.uk for information and support. Or call 0300 123 3393. Lines are open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays). Phone calls from UK landlines are charged at local rates. Charges from mobile telephones vary considerably. The charge for your call will depend on your mobile phone provider and the contract that you have with them. Mind does not get any money from telephone calls.

EXPOSURE - Boarding Schools:The Secret Shame - February 2018 - programme information

NAPAC offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse.

Boarding Concern offers support to former boarders and boarding school survivors.

JAMES BULGER: A MOTHER'S STORY - February 2018 - programme information

James Bulger Memorial Trust

James Bulger Memorial Trust supports young people who are disadvantaged by reason of having become a part of bereavement, a victim of crime, hatred or bullying.