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If our lines are closed, you can always call 999 or 111 or visit the following links:

Resources for Suicide Prevention...

Resources for Suicide Prevention...

There are many resources available for those who may be struggling with suicidal thoughts or feelings. These resources can provide support, information, and guidance to help prevent suicide and promote mental wellness. On this page, we have compiled a list of resources for suicide prevention, including hotlines, crisis centers, and online support groups. Whether you are seeking help for yourself or someone you know, these resources can be a valuable source of support and guidance during difficult times.

Below are some of the resources that may be useful for suicide prevention:

SOS helpline

We are a suicide prevention, suicide intervention, suicide awareness and emotional wellbeing helpline.

Our helpline is open 7 days a week and you can reach us on freephone 0808 115 1505 (uk calls only) every week night 8pm until midnight and between 4pm and midnight on saturdays and sundays.

999 or 111

If our lines are closed or you do not want to call 999 then the samaritans are open 24/7 to support you on 116 123 (free phone number).

You can also dial 111 for extra mental
health support.


This charity provides support and advice for young people under 35 who are struggling with suicidal thoughts or feelings.

Call the HOPElineUK at 0800 068 4141, text 07860 039967 or email pat@papyrus-uk.org to connect with a trained counselor.


The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) charity offers support and resources for men who may be struggling with their mental health or experiencing suicidal thoughts.

Call 0800 58 58 58 or use the webchat service available on their website to connect with a trained volunteer.

The Mix

This charity offers support for young people aged 13-25 who may be struggling with suicidal thoughts or feelings.

Call 0808 808 4994 or use their crisis messenger service to connect with a trained counselor.

NHS Every Mind Matters

This website offers a range of resources and information on mental health and wellbeing, including guidance on how to support someone who may be suicidal.

The Zero Suicide Alliance

This organization offers free online suicide prevention training to individuals and organizations, with the aim of improving awareness and understanding of suicide and how to prevent it.