NHS Trust reaches out to West Yorkshire public regarding anxiety during approaching lockdown

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are asking anyone suffering from anxiety to call its 24-hour helpline.

By Sam McKeown
Tuesday, 3rd November 2020, 11:12 am
Updated Tuesday, 3rd November 2020, 11:18 am

The NHS Trust has reached out to members of the public within areas Calderdale, Kirklees, Wakefield, and other areas across West Yorkshire who are 'anxious and worried' as a nationwide second lockdown approaches on Thursday at 00:01am.

A statement on South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's Twitter, said: "With a national lockdown starting on Thursday it is understandable if we feel a bit anxious and worried.

"If you live in #Barnsley #Calderdale #Kirklees or #Wakefield and want to talk to someone about your mental health and wellbeing you can call this 24hr confidential helpline."

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The Trust helpline can be contacted on: 08001 830558.

NHS Trust reaches out to West Yorkshire public regarding anxiety during approaching lockdown