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Cystic Fibrosis contacts in York and Hull

York Adult Cystic Fibrosis Unit (Ward 34)
York Hospital
Wigginton Road
York, YO31 8HE

T: 01904 725601
E: cystic.fibrosis@york.nhs.uk

Hull Adult Cystic Fibrosis Unit
1st Floor Pre-Assessment Building
Castle Hill Hospital
Cottingham

T: 01482 622495
E: cf@hey.nhs.uk

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

Telephone: 01904 726262

Email: pals@york.nhs.uk

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Crisis support

Mental health crises may be one of these:

  • suicidal behaviour or intention
  • panic attacks / extreme anxiety
  • psychotic episodes (loss of sense of reality, hallucinations, hearing voices)
  • other behaviour that seems out of control or irrational and that is likely to endanger the person or others

The Haven

Telephone: 07483141310

The Haven @ 30 Clarence Street offers mental health support to anyone aged 16 or over in York and Selby.

They are located at 30 Clarence Street (open 6pm-11pm, seven days a week).

Samaritans

Telephone: 116 123

Textphone: 08457 909192

The Samaritans offer a 24-hour confidential telephone helpline. You can also contact them via email or write to them.


Alternatively, you can contact one of the services local to where you live in the Vale of York.

TEWV crisis team

Telephone: 0800 0516171

 

People of all ages can now contact their local TEWV crisis service. The phoneline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will make it easier for people to access help in a mental health emergency.

https://www.valeofyorkccg.nhs.uk/your-health-and-local-services/mental-health/crisis-support/

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Fundraising

We are always amazed and extremely grateful when people go out of their way to raise money for cystic fibrosis services. Some people are motivated by a family member or friend living with CF, and some people have heard about the disease in the press and offer to help.

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