Touchpoint is a “listening and linking” service that can:
- support you to maintain a good level of overall wellbeing and avoid crisis;
- link you into the right services at the right time;
- help you to overcome barriers in accessing services;
- support you to identify goals and work towards them;
- help you to plan for the future and reduce the frequency of crisis;
- pair you with a volunteer buddy if you’d like a little extra social and practical support to overcome challenges;
- support you to build your networks and become even more confident and connected.
If this sounds like the right service for you, please call us on 0203 475 1306 or 0203 475 1309 or e-mail email@example.com
We will use this form to help us decide how Touchpoint can best support you. Please fill it in and send it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we will reply within five working days.
If you would like some help with filling in the form please contact us at email@example.com or by calling 0203 475 1306 or 020 437 1309. We’re very happy to try and find a time to complete this form together.
Download self-referral form
Agency Referral Form
If you are a member of staff working with someone that you feel could benefit from our support, please download our agency referral form.
Please fill it in with as much detail as you can, and send it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we will reply within five working days.
If you would like some help with filling in the form please contact us at email@example.com or by calling 0203 475 1306 or 020 437 1309. We’re very happy to answer any question that you may have.
Download agency referral form
Help in a crisis
Touchpoint is not an emergency service.
If you feel that there is an immediate risk to yours, or someone else’s safety then please contact 999 or visit your local Accident and Emergency.
If there isn’t immediate risk but you feel you need urgent support please consider contacting one of the following organisations.
If you feel you are in experiencing feelings of despair and would like someone to talk to, contact the Samaritans on 116 123 (this is a free number from any phone).
Out of hours mental health support:
Barndoc is an out of hours service for Barnet residents with urgent health needs who need to see a GP before their practice is next open. It can be accessed by calling 111. The service is open as follows:
- 3pm to 8am on weekdays
- Friday, 6.30pm to Monday, 8am
- Public holidays
People transferred to Barndoc can expect a telephone call back from a GP or nurse within the hour. They will provide the following services as appropriate:
- Face-to-face consultation with a GP or nurse at the most convenient location (Edgware Community Hospital, Finchley Memorial Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital or The Laurels Healthy Living Centre)
- Home visit
You may still call your GP Out of Hours telephone number if you are unable to speak with anyone immediately – or alternatively, if you feel your needs constitute an emergency (significant and immediate risk to life), attend your nearest Accident & Emergency Department.
Information on the 111 service can be obtained by clicking here