Crisis Hotline, you will have to look up the number for your locale however.
Call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) another thing to try is a local Mental Health crisis center.
My honey had a serious head injury, and he's been kinda messed up since. He's a veteran, and uses the va.gov site. I don't know if you have to be a vet to use it, but he isn't even in the US, and he can get it any time he need it.<br />
Good luck to you or whoever needs help... please try to get it.
hello, are you in the U.K.?<br />
in the U.K. there are the Samaritans. also, most cities have Crisis Teams associated with their A&E departments. your local Crisis Team may be known as The Mental Health Advice Line - they will give you further resource info for your area. sorry, i don't have any info for other countries. hope things improve for you soon. respect, from robbie
If you have a Crisis Centre contact them if not look up Mental health, they can also help. Good Luck<br />
Blessed Be<br />
yes they will, You could possibly make arrangements to meet with one of the counclers
there are these numbers that u can call to get advice and help and it keeps u anonymous so they dont have to know ur name or info. i can search online for some.
good for you. both group I mentioned are good group, when I was in Canada I did volunteer work with a Crisis centre there,
Look at the message coming with the suicide and depression groupshere