What to do in an emergency
If you have an emergency out of hours, please call the numbers below:
If you live in Doncaster
Single Point of Access – 01302 566999
If you live in North Lincolnshire
RDaSH Mental Health support (Crisis Team)- 01724 382015
If you live in Rotherham
RDaSH Mental Health support (Crisis Team) – 01709 302670
Accident and Emergency/calling 999
ONLY call A&E or 999 when someone requires serious or life-threatening immediate emergency mental or physical health assistance.
Talking shop and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies
If you are feeling anxious or depressed our Talking Shop and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Teams (IAPT) may be able to help you.
Doncaster Talking Shop – 01302 565556
IAPT Long Term Conditions Service – 01302 566999 or 01302 379563
Our service is currently provided via telephone/video conferencing.
Rotherham IAPT team – 01709 447755.
Scunthorpe Talking Shop – 07967 793433
Consultation is by telephone
Why not visit our website for more information – which includes a range of self help https://iapt.rdash.nhs.uk/
Voluntary sector and other support
Rethink helpline – 0808 801 0442
We also have a mental health Safe Space in Intake – to access this please call 01302 566999
The Haven (6pm – midnight) – 01724 279500
The Haven is for anyone over the age of 16 living in North Lincolnshire who is experiencing mental distress. Support can be accessed by phoning and leaving a message, staff are working from home and will check the voicemail regularly and return calls.
If you need access to medication or advise from a pharmacist outside of normal opening hours, you can contact or visit:
- Weldricks Pharmacy, 40-42 East Laith Gate, Doncaster DN1 1HZ. Open until 10pm Monday to Sunday, telephone (01302) 369699
- Lloyds Pharmacy, Rear of 83 Thorne Road, Doncaster DN1 2ES. Open until 11pm Monday to Saturday and 8pm Sunday. Tel: (01302) 730519
NHS choices is an online health information service that allows users to access information on services in their local area, check their symptoms, find information on conditions and treatments and access information on a range of health related topics: www.nhs.uk