24 X 7 Helpline For Mental Health Emergencies
Living on the Edge

Living on the Edge



 

Living on the edgeProblems faced by caregivers and families of people suffering from a mental illness are many. There are many times that just when they feel they have managed to master every possible situation that their ward can throw at them a new surprise springs like a jack in the box.

Today people have a service which they can call to get telephonic advice and actual emergency crisis care. Before that a bit on when a person can use this service.

When Can I Use The Emergency Line?

  1. Your ward gets violent: Alcoholics, drug addicts usually take to violence to take out their frustration. Schizophrenics, those suffering from dementia, bipolar disorder patients can get violent within a short second and create domestic havoc.
  2. Self harm: Many mentally ill people seriously consider and sometimes do previous harm to themselves.
  3. Many times the patient will not listen to the family and do as he/ she pleases; like go out alone, buy things without money, steal etc.

To marginalize and control this kind of behaviour by getting advice and help from professionals, one can use the emergency helpline.

Is the emergency helpline available throughout the day and night?

The Cadabam’s group has launched this helpline with the intention of making it available 24/7 – 365 days a hear. You can reach out for help anytime of the day and night and our professionals will be there to assist you.

Do I need to pay for this service?

The emergency helpline is free of cost. The only charge you will bear is the cost of the telephone call.

What if the emergency is very serious?

Cadabam’s group will send it’s emergency rescue team with an ambulance, so you can admit your ward to the nearest medical centre.

So if you see the emergency helpline number +91 97414 76476 is a boom to caregivers and their families. It is a single point of contact for them to seek advice, take action and help heal their loved ones.

The people who man the numbers are qualified and can make a world of difference to the families who put their heart and soul into managing their loved one’s mental problems.