All Call Signs is a peer support organisation and platform for veterans, service personnel and their families. It is a place for conversations around mental health and well-being. Whilst we’re all here to engage in those conversations, we are not a crisis service.
If you are or someone else is you know requires urgent help, or you’re worried about the risk of self harm or suicide, it is important you act quickly and reach out to one of the following services.
The emergency service are there to support you in whatever it is you’re going through. If you or someone else needs urgent help, make the call.
Urgent Mental Health Helpline
Most areas will have an urgent mental health helpline suited to your needs. If you’re not sure what yours is, you can use this tool by the NHS to find it by asking a few simple questions.
Available by phone or online at 111.nhs.uk. Get support and advice if you’re not sure what to do. Please remember that if there is a life at risk, even your own, use the more urgent number 999.
Combat Stress Support Line
24-hour helpline available to all veterans and family members looking for confidential mental health advice or support. This number is free to call and is specifically for veterans.
Confidential, non-judgemental support line for anyone who needs to talk. Any time. Any where. For any reason.
Confidential text support service, if you would prefer to get help over messages. This can be useful if you struggle to communicate your needs verbally. Available on
Unsure where to start?
If the need is urgent and there is a credible risk to the life or well-being of you or someone else, always call 999.