Selfcare and Support

    At TARIO selfcare is important to us and we recognise that it goes beyond the physical side.


    With the need for mental wellbeing increasing in the current environment, we take a moment to highlight some of the amazing organisations and their specialist area’s that are available to help, support and care.



    Available for everyone.

    If you need immediate support, you can text SHOUT to 85258 and chat by text.

    The service is free on most networks and available 24/7, and trained volunteers will listen to you, and work with to help you take the next steps towards feeling better.


    TEXT 85258


    Text anytime day or night

    Messages are confidential & anonymous

    Free from all major UK networks.




    For everyone and whatever you’re going through call any time, from any phone for FREE.

    Also there to help and guide when you are worried about, or trying to support someone else.


    Call 116 123

    Call any time, day or night

    Alternatively, visist the website or dowload the Samartins App for self-help.  

    It provides resources that can help track how you are feeling, get recommendations and help you cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis.



    The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), offer accredited, confidential and free support to men anywhere in the UK through a helpline and a webchat service.

    If you have hit a wall for any reason, and need to talk or find information and support, they will talk through any issue with you and offer support, advice and signposting.


    0800 58 58 58

    365 DAYS A YEAR.

    Calls won’t show up on your phone bill and are free all phones.

    For more info about helpline service, visit the helpline information page.


    Available for anyone

    Mind’s Infoline advisors provide information on a range of topics including; types of mental health problems, where to get help and support in your local area, medication and alternative treatments and advocacy.

    The Helpline is open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays).


    Infoline: 0300 123 3393


    Text: 86463
    Post: Mind Infoline, PO Box 75225, London, E15 9FS


    • Support provided includes:
    • mental health problems
    • where to get help near you
    • treatment options
    • advocacy services.


    For Parents

    YoungMinds run a free, confidential parents helpline, which parents / carers can call if they are worried about how a child or young person is feeling or behaving.

    They also run a group called Parents Say, for parents whose children are accessing Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.


    Speak to our experts at the Parents Helpline

    Whether you want to know more about how you’re feeling, get information about a mental health condition or know what support is available to you, YoungMinds guides can help.

    Find help

    The Young Minds Crisis Messenger is also available to help find the right support, especially if you need someone to talk to right  now.

    YoungMinds aim to connect every texter to a trained volunteer promptly to provide crisis help. They will listen to you and help you think more clearly, enabling you to know that you can take the next step to feeling better.

    The YoungMinds Crisis Messenger text service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK.

    Best Beginnings


    A free NHS approved Baby Buddy app provides you with 24/7 support. Download Baby Buddy HERE.

    Via the ‘Get Help’ button within the app you can link through to the charities on this page and also through to the Baby Buddy Crisis Messenger.

    It’s a free confidential text support service for pregnant families and new parents in emotional pain or crisis.


    Available 24/7 every day of the year, and is run by SHOUT and their trained crisis volunteers.


    You can also access the Crisis Messenger HERE or by texting BABYBUDDY to 85258. 

    Best Beginnings in collaboration with SHOUT
    The Baby Buddy Crisis Messenger is a free confidential text support service for pregnant families and new parents in emotional pain or crisis. 

    For more information or details on the charities that are highlighted, visit Heads Together.