Mental Health

Emergency Support

If you or someone else is experiencing mental distress and you are worried about your own or someone else's immediate safety:

  • Call 999 or go straight to A+E immediately.
  • If you are calling for someone else, try to establish the person’s, name, contact details and location

If the crisis is not life-threatening but you are concerned for your own or somebody else’s mental wellbeing:

  • Advise them to call NHS 24 on 111 or speak to their GP. The route into formal mental health services is through a GP surgery.
  • If someone discloses to you that they are already being supported for their own mental health, it's useful to link them to where they are currently receiving support

Important Support Line Numbers and Links


We’re here for you

Every day, every step of the way.

Our team of staff and volunteers are there for you each and every day. They are there to…

  • listen without judgement
  • support you when you need it most
  • where appropriate, to help to signpost you on to other organisations for support
  • where appropriate, teach you or support you through some skills based CBT coping strategies

No matter your level of need, even if it’s just someone to talk to, you can always contact Mikeysline for support.

If you need someone to talk to, please text 07786 20 77 55, or contact us via messenger, webchat or Twitter.

Breathing Space

Contact us when you’re feeling low

We are a free, confidential, phone and webchat service for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16 experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.

We are here in times of difficulty to provide a safe and supportive space by listening, offering advice and providing information.

It is our belief and hope that by empowering people, they will have the resources to recover.

Need help now? Call free on 0800 83 85 87

Brent Centre Highlands

The Brent Centre Highlands is a free service that offers psychotherapy and practical support to young people, aged 14-21 in the Scottish Highlands region.


Addictions Counselling Inverness

Family Counselling Service

Free one to one counselling for family members and loved ones affected by someone elses alchol use. 

01463 220553

108 Church Street



Listening Ear at CCC

'Our listening ear service is run through our church by an employed member of staff and a team of trained volunteers. It is designed to offer a non-judgmental and safe place to be listened to.' 

Everyone is welcome, whether is is to chat over coffee more casually, attend one of our drop-ins or have a regular listening ear time with one of our trained taem. 

07908 402344

Culduthel Avenue