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We’re here for you – mental health support continues over Christmas

4:09 pm, Friday, 16th December 2022 - 1 year ago

Health and wellbeing

Christmas can be the happiest time of year but it can also bring extra pressure.

And with rising costs and added financial burdens during a time of pandemic recovery, leading NHS mental health services provider NAViGO are keen to reiterate that they are here to offer support.

NAViGO chief executive Simon Beeton said: “It continues to be a difficult time for people and the Christmas and New Year period can put extra pressure on us – all of which can impact our mental health in various ways.

“It’s important to remember you are not alone and our services are available.

“If you or someone you know needs to talk, please remember that as a leading mental health services provider, we are here to help.

“That includes anyone who currently accesses our services or individuals who may need to reach out and talk to someone for the first time.

“We’re experienced in listening to people and are here to support you both in that moment and longer term should you wish.”

Throughout the festive season, NAViGO, as always, are continuing to provide services throughout North East Lincolnshire:

24/7 dedicated mental health support

Call (01472) 256256 option 3 or Freephone 08081 968442

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week offering support to all ages across North East Lincolnshire.

Text ORANGE to 85258 (24/7)


If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis, call the Single Point of Access on (01472) 256256 option 3. Or walk into Harrison House (Peaks Lane, Grimsby) to be seen by a member of the crisis team. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Safespace, NAViGO House, 3-7 Brighowgate, Grimsby DN32 0QE

If you’re feeling vulnerable because of your mental health, you can visit or speak to the Safespace crisis café in the evening or log on via

Click here for opening time information including Christmas Day.

Simon added: “We’d like to send best wishes to everyone for the festive season and New Year – take care, stay safe and please know we are here to support you.”

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