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Hotlines
If you are feeling suicidal, please read this now.
  • National Hopeline Network
    1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    1-800-273-TALK
  • About Suicide: Crisis Intervention - Information on what to do if you or a friend is suicidal. As well as information for the survivors of a loved ones suicide. Numbers and e-mail addresses of those to write or call if you are feeling suicidal, as well as a list of resources.
  • American Association of Suicidology - Information on suicide for the suicidal individual and friends/family. Phone numbers and links to crisis centers and hotlines. As well as information on support groups available in your area. Also, extensive research on suicide is available at a fee. A list of resources.
  • Befrienders International - Information on what to do if you are suicidal. As well as information on what to do if a friend is suicidal and the warning signs of suicide. Also, most importantly, phone numbers to crisis centers and hotlines and e-mail addresses of individuals ready to listen and to do what they can to help.

    Last of all, information on depression, self-injury and homosexuality. As well as some additional information on suicide.
  • The Samaritans - A charity based in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. It provides completely confidential emotional support to those who are suicidal and those who are in despair. This can be done through e-mail, the phone, snail mail or face-to-face. Publications are also available.
  • SuicideHotlines.com - Phone numbers and links to crisis centers and hotlines. Information on what to expect when you call and what to do if the number to your local hotline is not working. Also gives reasons on why one might want to call and words meant to comfort you.
Alcohol/Substance Abuse
  • Al-Anon Family Groups
    1-888-4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666)
    A confidential line to find information on meetings in your local area.
  • alcohol drug helpline (New Zealand)
    0800 787 797
    10am - 10pm
    For information, referrals, and intervention service.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    0845 769 7555 - UK
    1-800-344-2666 - USA
    32-3-239-1415 - Belgium
    A confidential line to find information on meetings in your local area.
  • American Council on Alcoholism
    1-800-527-5344
    A toll-free helpline.
  • Drinkline - UK 0800 917 8282
    Offers advice, information and support to anyone concerned about their own or someone else's drinking, regardless of age or gender.
  • Druglijn - Belgium
    078/15 10 20
    A helpline.
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    0845 FREEDOM (0845 3733366) - UK
    1-818-773-9999 - USA
    A helpline providing information and contacts. Extensive list of helplines for NA across the United States and the word available on their International Phonelines page.
  • National Cocaine Hotline
    1-800-COCAINE (262-2463)
    24 hour. Information, crisis intervention, and referrals to local rehab centers for all types of drug dependency.
  • National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
    1-800-729-6686
    Hearing Impaired: 1-800-487-4889
    Espanol: 1-877-767-8432
    A toll-free helpline.
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
    1-800-NCA-CALL (1-800-622-2255)
    A 24-hour affiliate referral helpline.
  • RELEASE Heroin Helpline - UK
    0845 4500 215
    The Helpline offers help, advice, information, support and referral to people affected directly and indirectly by heroin use.
  • RE-Solv - UK
    01785 810762
    Support, advice and information for people affected by solvent and volatile substance abuse.
  • Talk to Frank - UK
    0800 77 66 00
    A 24-hour, confidential helpline. Gives advice and information to anyone in the UK concerned about drugs. Is available in other languages at certain times.
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Anxiety
  • Anxiety Hotline - NY, NJ, CT (US)
    1-212-726-2390
    24 hour hotline for social anxiety and panic treatment. For those calling from the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area only.
  • First Steps - UK
    0845 120 2916
    Helpline for anyone experiencing general anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorders, etc.
  • Northern Ireland Agoraphobia and Anxiety Society (NIAAS)
    0845 122 8630
    Helpline in Northern Ireland for Agoraphobia and Anxiety.
  • No Panic - UK
    0808 808 0545
    Helpline for anxiety disorders, panic attacks etc.
  • Panic Disorder Information Hotline
    1-800-64-PANIC
    Provides information on panic disorder and referrals to counselors in your local area.
  • The National Phobics Society - UK
    08444 775 774
    0161 227 9898
    Telephone helpline service in the UK between 9:30am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday. A helpline for individuals affected by anxiety, phobias, compulsive disorders and/or panic attacks.
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Child Abuse
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Domestic Violence
  • Broken Rainbow
    0300 999 LGBT (5428)
    08452 60 44 60
    Supports lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who are experiencing domestic violence in the UK.
  • Domestic Violence Crisis Services - Australia
    1800 811 811 (women) / 1800 600 636 (men) / tty: 1800 812 225 (Queensland)
    1800 019 116 (Northern Territory)
    (03) 9373 0123 / 1800 015 188 (Victoria)
    1800 656 463 / 1800 67 14 42 (tty) (New South Wales)
    (02) 6280 0900/ 6247 2525 / (02) 6247-0893 (TTY) (ACT)
    (03) 6233 2529 or 1800 633 937 (North), 1800 608 122 (Statewide) (Tasmania)
    1800 800 098 (South Australia)
    1800 007 339 (Women) / 1800 000 599 (Men) (Western Australia)
    Crisis hotlines in Australia.
  • Domestic Violence Hotline - US
    1-800-548-2722
    1-877-633-0044
    A 24 hour, bilingual referral line for counseling, lawyers and support for battered women and their children.
  • Domestic Violence Hotline - US/Canada
    1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)
    A national, toll-free, 24-hour hotline for victims of domestic violence and those who know of someone who is experiencing domestic violence. Provides crisis intervention, information about domestic violence and referrals to local service providors and agencies. Also serves the United States.
  • Jewish Women's Aid
    0800 591203
    A free-phone national confidential helpline for Jewish women affected by domestic violence.
  • Men's Advice Line - UK
    0808 801 0327
    For male victim's of domestic violence in the UK in a heterosexual, gay, bi-sexual or transgender relationship and need confidential help.
  • National Network of Women's Refugee's and Support Service - Ireland
    +353 (0)90 64 79078
  • Northern Ireland Women's Aid Society Domestic Abuse Helpline
    0800 917 1414
    Free, 24-hour helpline for victims of domestic violence. Offers information and support, referrals, counseling and services for children.
  • Safe Horizon Hotline - US
    1-800-621-HOPE (4673)
    1-866-604-5350 (TDD)
    Free, 24-hour helpline for victims of domestic violence. Completely confidential. Provides advice, information and temporary refuge for women threatened by emotional and physical abuse.
  • Scottish Women's Aid Society Domestic Abuse Helpline
    0 800 027 1234
    Additional Numbers
    Free, 24-hour helpline for victims of domestic violence. Offers information and support, referrals, counseling and services for children.
  • Women's Aid National Domestic Violence Helpline - UK
    0808 2000 247
    Free, 24-hour helpline for victims of domestic violence. Completely confidential. Provides advice, information and temporary refuge for women threatened by emotional and physical abuse.
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Eating Disorders
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Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered
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Mental Health
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Mood Disorders: Depression, Bipolar Disorder
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OCD
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Self-Injury
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Sexual Assault
  • Centre Against Sexual Assault - Australia
    1800 806 292 (if you live in Victoria but outside of metropolitan Melbourne)
    Confidential telephone counselling, information, and referral.
  • Colchester Rape Crisis Line - UK (CRCL)
    01206 769795
    Confidential and non-judgemental support service for women and girls who have been raped, sexually abused or assaulted either recently. Telephone help-line is open twice a week.
  • Dublin Rape Crisis Centre - Ireland
    1 800 778 888
    24-hour crisis helpline.
  • Nottelefon Zurich (Help Phone) - Switzerland
    044 291 46 46
    Counseling by phone and in person, as well as free referrals to doctors and legal advisors.
  • Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
    1-800-656-HOPE
    The only national hotline for victims of sexual assault. Offers free, confidential counseling 24 hours a day. It connects the caller to the number of their local rape crisis center.
  • Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling
    01962 848024 (women)
    01962 848027 (men)
    Calls can be from young people and men and women, people who may have been subjected to rape, sexual abuse and any form of sexual violence and their partners, relatives or friends. In the UK.
  • Rape and Sexual Abuse Report Centre (UK)
    08451 221 331
    0208 683 3311
    National helpline for female and male survivors, partners and family.
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Helplines - Australia
    (06)247 2525 (ACT)
    (02) 9819 6565 / 1800 424 017 (outside Sydney) tty: (02) 9181 4349 (New South Wales)
    08 8945 0155 (Mon-Fri, 8:30-5pm) / 08 8922 7156 (24 hr) (Northern Territory)
    3391 0004 / 1800 242 526 (Queensland)
    (08) 8226 8787 (South Australia)
    6231 1811 / 6231 1817 (after hours) (Hobart and Southern) (Tasmania)
    634 2740 (Launceston) (Tasmania)
    6431 9711 (North West) (Tasmania)
    1800 806 292 (Victoria)
    9340 1828 / 1800 199 888 (statewide)(Western Australia)
    Various sexual assault crisis helplines.
  • Survivors UK
    0845 122 120 (7pm-10pm Mon/Tue/Thu)
    Offers confidential and emotional support on the telephone for children, young adults and adults affected by male sex abuse in the UK.
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Teen Crisis
  • Boys and Girls Town National Hotline
    1-800-448-3000
    Hearing Impaired: 1-800-448-1833
    A toll-free national hotline for girls and boys and parents to call with any problem(s) they may have. Professional counselors give answers and support and can help find services and agencies in the callers' local area. Spanish-speaking counselors are available and there are translation services for 100+ languages.
  • Covenant House Nine Line
    1-800-999-9999
    1-800-999-9915 (tty)
    For teens in crisis. A free, confidential helpline that is available 24-hours a day.
  • Kinder- en jongerentelefoon - Belgium
    102
    For children and teens.
  • National Runaway Switchboard
    1-800-RUNAWAY
    A national, toll-free hotline for runaway and homeless youth, teens in crisis and concerned family/friends. Completely confidential.
  • Youth2Youth Helpline - UK
    020 8896 3675
    Monday and Thursday - 6.30pm to 9.30pm
    A confidential helpline for youth run by youth.
  • Youth Access - UK
    0208 772 9900
    A helpline for youth that puts them in touch with services in their area and counselors.
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Therapists
  • 1-800-THERAPIST (1-800-843-7274)
    1-800-THERAPIST
    A toll-free, national helpline that offers mental health information and referrals to a therapist. Answered by trained referral resource counselors.
  • Find-a-Therapist.com
    1.866.450.3463
    1.866.450.FIND
    International database of numerous mental health care professionals, including but not limited to therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marriage and family therapists and counselors.
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