You never know when you will have an emergency. And for that it is very important to have all the Emergency and Information numbers available to all citizens in Spain. You can save them on your mobile phone to always have them at hand or save this article in your favorites. In this way, you will always have all the numbers you need at your fingertips.
So let's start with national telephones . There are a series of Emergency and Information numbers that you can use throughout the territory, although you should always bear in mind that, for certain emergencies, it will always be better to call the numbers or services provided by each Autonomous Community.
Be that as it may, the Emergency and Information numbers valid for all of Spain are as follows.
It is the general emergency telephone number. You can call this number for public safety emergencies, in the event of an accident, health emergencies, environmental emergencies, fire or rescue. It is a single common Emergency telephone number throughout Europe, where they can offer care in 50 languages, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is a completely free service.
Another complementary option is to install the My112 application on the phone . In this way, when you call 112, the application will send your geolocation to the Emergency services. You can download it for both iOS and Android. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can also send an SMS to 679 436 200 .
It must be borne in mind, on the other hand, that this is the general Emergency telephone number, so it may take a little longer to make the attention effective. For this reason, it is always better to call the corresponding Emergency number directly.
091 (National Police)
You can call 091 if you have a problem, urgent request or request for information throughout the national territory. There is also an application that can be useful for people with hearing disabilities. It's Alertcops and it's also available for iOS and Android. To send information to both the Police and the Civil Guard, you just have to press the button with the corresponding type of emergency.
092 (Urban Guard)
It is the specific telephone number to contact the Urban Guard of each city in Spain. It is interesting to know if you have a problem of a more specific nature, which can be solved by the Urbana agents.
062 (Civil Guard)
If you need to speak to the Civil Guard body, you have to call 062 directly. This phone is open 24 hours a day and 365 days a year and all emergencies are attended to. In fact, from this same number they are in charge of mobilizing the necessary bodies and units according to what has happened or is happening.
080 or 085 (Firefighters)
If you think you should call the Fire Department directly, you can do it directly to either of these two numbers. It is important to do this in case of fires, rescues or other emergencies that this body can solve. Be that as it may, if you called 112 they would already be in charge of mobilizing the necessary teams, be they police, firefighters or health workers.
061 (Health Emergencies)
Write down this number well, because it is the one you have to dial if you need medical attention or if someone around you needs it. It works in all the Autonomous Communities and serves, in effect, to mobilize a team of Urgencies and Health Emergencies.
It's the phone you can use to call Traffic. It serves as a telephone number to obtain information and roadside assistance, but beware, it is not free. If you call any other free service you will also get assistance.
901 222 222 (Red Cross Emergencies)
You can contact this phone if you need to get in touch with the Red Cross Emergency service.
91 562 04 20 (Toxicological Information)
This is the Toxicological Information telephone number. It is a service available 24 hours a day, in which poisoning diagnoses, information on first aid, exposure to toxic substances, prevention measures, emergency and long-term treatment, prognosis and evolution are made. They attend medical and forensic doctors.
016 or 900 116 016 (Attention to victims of abuse due to gender violence)
This is the telephone number that the Ministry of Equality makes available to victims of abuse due to gender violence. It provides information and legal advice on gender violence. You should know that this number is not recorded in the call history. If you access the website, you have a button to exit quickly, although you must also remember to delete your visit in the browser history. Online inquiries are handled through this email: [email protected]
900 191 010 (Institute for Women)
Through this phone you can obtain information on resources for women in Spain.
060 (Information in Spain)
This is the telephone number you should call if you need general information about: public employment, scholarships or grants and subsidies, etc. In fact, you can even pay fines to Traffic. Automatic attention is available 24/7, but the attention by specialized agents is from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Monday to Friday) and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Saturdays).
Emergency and Information Telephone Numbers in Autonomous Communities: 112 and 012
Depending on the Autonomous Community in which you reside, you can contact specific services in the territory, which will try to help you more specifically with what you need. To contact the different regional police, you should not worry about finding a specific number (unless you want to contact a specific police agency). By calling 112 you will contact the Mossos de Esquadra (Catalonia), the Basque Autonomous Police - Ertzaintza (Basque Country), the Foral Police of Navarra (Navarra), the General Corps of the Canary Islands Police (Canary Islands) or the Special Security Brigades of the Autonomous Community of Madrid (Madrid).
In addition, to obtain information on each Autonomous Community, all you have to do is call 012. Within each territory you will already receive specific information about your community and in the corresponding official language, if you wish.