The Listening Lounge provides free counselling by phone and online to islanders aged 18 years and over with a range of mental health needs. Islanders can self-refer via a form on their website
or by calling the Listening Line on +44 (0) 1534 866793 available 10am to 10pm, every day.
Liberate offers free counselling via telephone or video link to anyone experiencing stress, anxiety, panic, depression, grief and other mental health issues due to the conditions imposed by the crisis whose mental wellbeing has been affected by the coronavirus crisis. For more information visit
Jersey Recovery College is currently offering free educational courses on understanding mental health, recovery and self-care. Courses cover topics such as anxiety, depression, stress, mindfulness, resilience, recovery, goal setting, and emotional coping skills. Access the online courses on their website
. Telephone: 07829 908252.
Samaritans Jersey offers a free phone support service to help with anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels. Telephone 116 123 free from any phone.
Mind Jersey offers free help and support including advice on how to take care of your mental health and that of your family and friends. Open 8am-8pm: 0800 7359404.
Jersey Talking Therapies (JTT)
Jersey Talking Therapies offers a free confidential therapy service. They provide confidential psychological interventions for resident adults aged 18 or over.
You can now ask for support from them directly, by submitting the
JTT request form. You can also call them on
+44 (0) 1534 444550 Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm or email JTT.
Children’s emotional and mental health
If you have concerns about a child’s low mood, sad thoughts or anxiety, the
Children and Families Hub is here to support you or call: +44 (0) 1534 519000.
The Mental Health Network provides further information, advice and support for people in Jersey on all aspects of mental health. It is the definitive online network for all of Jersey's mental health services, giving you the right help, in the right place, at the right time.
The Mental Health Network
If you or your family are in immediate danger please call the States of Jersey Police on 999.
Jersey Domestic Abuse Support
Jersey Domestic Abuse Support is an independent service to protect and support victims of domestic abuse. Visit
jdas.je or telephone +44 (0) 1534 880505.
Jersey Women’s Refuge
Jersey Women’s Refuge offer a free 24/7 helpline and provides a safe place for women and children to go who are victims of domestic abuse. Telephone: 0800 7356 836
Drug and alcohol use
The Alcohol and Drug Service accepts self-referrals and is here to support you. Telephone +44 (0) 1534 445000. The needle exchange service is still operating. For details on how this service is operating under COVID restrictions call +44 (0) 1534 445000.
Emotional and bereavement support
Jersey Hospice Care and Macmillan Jersey
Jersey Hospice Care and Macmillan Jersey offer emotional and bereavement support.
If you've lost a loved one to coronavirus and need support at this difficult time, you can contact their emotional support team. This is a confidential service provided by trained counsellors and it is free-of charge. They can offer support via email and telephone.
More information on our service is available on the Jersey Hospice website
Available: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Call: +44 (0) 1534 285144
Health and Community Services Chaplaincy Services
If you have a prayer request please ask a staff member and they can then pass on the request to the chaplain. You can also make your request by phone or email. Leave a message and someone will get back to you.
If you need a prayer item such as a cross, bible and meditations these are available in the prayer room at the general hospital, or we can send them to the ward.
Telephone conversations and prayers are available with chaplains via the phone.
For Roman Catholic Patients, certain Papal indulgences apply to patients suffering with COVID-19, allowing priests to offer masses, rosaries and prayers in church on their behalf.
Available: Monday to Sunday
Call: +44 (0) 1534 442377
Churches in Jersey
Across Jersey there are a number of churches offering help and support. Full details of online services and contact details are available for each church as well as a range of additional elements such as prayer requests and practical help. For more information go to
If you just need someone to chat to, call the helpline on
0800 735 5566 and one of the Connect Me team will be able to help.
Support for older people
If you're an older person or supporting an older person there are several organisations here to help and advise you.
The team at Dementia Jersey are here to point you in the right direction and offer every support they can, to people with dementia, family, friends and carers.
For more information visit the Dementia Jersey website or telephone + 44 (0) 1534 723519.
Age Concern Jersey
Age Concern Jersey has closed their centre in St Helier to visitors until further notice.
They will continue their twice weekly frozen meal delivery service to ensure that the older people of Jersey have more options to receive healthy meals, if they choose to self-isolate or are forced to, due to a health condition.
Anyone wishing to use the frozen meal delivery service can contact Age Concern Jersey on Freephone: 0800 735 0345.
Call and Check Lite Service
Call and Check Lite is a free service involving a regular phone call from the friendly team.
The calls are twice a week, on chosen days, Monday to Friday.
Everyone qualifies for the service: Anyone of any age who may be living alone while self- isolating, or shielding, or just feeling lonely during the pandemic lockdown.
For more information
email us or telephone + 44 (0) 1534 280800.
Meals on Wheels
This service offers a hot (two course) meal delivery to people in their homes, available 4 days a week, Tuesday to Friday.
For more information
email us or telephone +44 (0) 1534 853737.
Patient Advisory Liaison Services (PALS)
PALS offers confidential and practical advice, support and information on service-related matters.
We are non-clinical and unable to offer counselling, diagnosis or any detailed medical information.
We can help you with:
- resolving any concerns while you're using our services
- signposting you to other organisations
We can also help families and friends to keep in touch during this challenging time.
Available: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Call: +44 (0) 1534 443515
The Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) is a free service available 24/7 to help and care for people who have been a victim of sexual assault. Visit
dewberryhouse.je or call +44 (0) 1534 888222.
Spiritual support for all members of the community
Spiritual Support and Listening Ear
Spiritual support and Listening Ear offer spiritual advice.
Have you lost a loved one to coronavirus and been unable to attend their funeral? Perhaps you were sadly unable to visit them beforehand? We can put you in contact with Clergy and other experienced people (including the Chaplain to the Hospice - Revd Mark Barrett) who can offer chaplaincy spiritual support by telephone.
When you call, your name will be passed on to an appropriate person who will call you back. They offer a listening service, spiritual guidance and offer to pray for you and/or with you.
Available: Monday to Sunday, 7am to 10pm
Call: +44 (0) 1534 720001 or +44 (0) 1534 861110
If the situation is urgent, you should call 999.
Young people’s emotional and mental health
YES project (Youth Enquiry Service) provides information, advice and counselling for 16-25 year-olds. Open 12pm to 8pm every day. Visit
yes.je or telephone 0800 7350 010.
Connect Me leaflet in different languages
Connect Me in Portuguese (PDF)
Connect Me in Romanian (PDF)
Connect Me in Polish (PDF)
Connect Me in Bulgarian (PDF)