Do you feel suicidal?
If you are feeling suicidal, there are people who can help.
- Speak to those around you about why you feel like this.
- See your GP, who can help you directly and enlist the help of other health professionals.
- There may be a drop-in service run by the local mental health team or social services, with people who can see you at home. Contact numbers should be in the phone book, or telephone your local health trust. Your GP will know these numbers too.
- Call a crisis line such as Samaritans, a confidential telephone counselling service that’s available 24 hours a day.
- If you need to see someone straight away, contact your doctor’s surgery or visit A&E at your local hospital.
Call 08457 909090 (24 hours, every day) All calls are confidential.
Confidential emotional support to anyone who is suicidal or despairing
ROI 1850 60 90 90, for the cost of a local call.
Text Samaritans on 07725 90 90 90 (UK) or 0872 60 90 90 (Republic of Ireland)
Or write to
PO Box 90 90
Call 0845 767 8000 (1pm to 11pm every day) All calls are confidential.
Call 0800 808 7777 (Mon-Fri 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm) Helpline for young men who are depressed or suicidal
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