Find a Brook service near you Our service directory will give you everything you need, including contact details and opening times for your nearest Brook service. Get help with your sexual health View our help and advice pages for up-to-date information. Visit a Brook service We are unable to respond to requests for information or advice received via email or social media. I need urgent help Feedback and complaints: Please visit the feedback and complaints section of our website. Access to health records/Caldicot guardian If you need to access health records and data contact email@example.com Media and press enquiries If you are a member of the press please email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone the press phone on 07789 682831 or visit our media centre. Research enquiries If you have any research related questions or you want to collaborate with us in research projects, please get in touch at email@example.com Training and education View and book training and education sessions or contact firstname.lastname@example.org Job vacancies Please visit the job opportunities section of our website. Volunteer for Brook: information about volunteering opportunities Website enquiries If you have a question, a technical issue or want to give feedback, drop us a line at email@example.com Anything else? Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org If you need urgent help Brook is unable to provide 24/7 support, but there are other organisations who might be able to help: Medical advice NHS 111 by dialling 111 (England, all-age)NHS 24 call 08454 242424 (Scotland, all-age) Emotional support and mental health Childline call 0800 1111 / email / online chat (under 18s)Samaritans call 116 123 / email / visit (all-age)CALM call 0800 58 58 58 / webchat (all-age)Switchboard: call 0300 330 0630 / online chat / email email@example.com (LGBTQ+, all-age) Shout text Shout to 85258 (all-age)The Mix call 0808 808 4994 / email / online chat (under 25s) Domestic abuse and sexual violence Rape Crisis call 0808 802 9999 / online chat (16 and over)Victim Support call 0800 123 6600 / online chat (all-age)GALOP call 0800 999 5428 (LGBTQ+, all-age)The Survivors Trust call 08088 010 818 (all-age) If you are concerned that your life or the life of someone else is in danger, you can call 999 for an ambulance, police, fire brigade or any other emergency service 24/7. The 999 emergency number covers all of the UK and is free to call, but it should only be used in cases where there is a risk or threat to someone’s safety (including if someone is at risk of suicide). The emergency services may be able to track the location of the phone used to make the call.