During these unprecedented times, our mental wellbeing is being hugely affected, and quality of life for yourself, your family members and loved ones, is being impacted in ways none of us could have imagined, even a few months ago.
When this is combined with the issues you, as a person with a bleeding disorder already faces, or your child, partner or parent faces, this can be even more overwhelming. It may be that you live on your own and are having to self-isolate. Each situation brings its own set of anxieties, concerns and testing times. But together, we can all get through this!
So, for anyone in the bleeding disorder community please remember that HBDCA is here for you.
Do not struggle on your own! We will try and support you in any way we can, emotionally and practically. Please email us, or call us and if we cannot help you, we will try and direct you to someone who can.
Here are some useful numbers and links:
|email@example.com Tel: 07703 747 030 and 07494 651 689|
|0300 123 3393 or text to 86463 9am-6pm Monday -Friday|
|For under 35 years. 0800 068 4141 or text 07786 209697 9am-10pm Monday – Friday|
|0800 58 58 58, 5pm to midnight everyday|
|0300 304 7000, 4.30pm-10.30pm everyday|
|NHS Every Mind Matters|
|For over 55’s, 0800 470 8090 which is 24/7 line|
|116 123 is a 24/7 line|
Links to other useful organisations:
|Coronavirus guidance can be found here|
|0800 678 1602, free advice line, 8am to 7pm, 365 days a year|
|BBC Action Line|
|Cruse Bereavement Care|