I’m feeling suicidal

Feeling suicidal and need support now?

If you are experiencing suicidal ideations, and need support, please contact the following:

Samaritans Aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout Great Britain and Ireland, often through their telephone helpline. 116 123 jo@samaritans.org 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
SANE A leading UK charity providing emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental illness 07984 967708  support@sane.org.uk, http://www.sane.org.uk/what_we_do/support/   
SupportLine Provides signposting for mental health services nationwide. We offer confidential emotional support to children, young adults and adults by telephone, email and post. We work with callers to develop healthy, positive coping strategies, an inner feeling of strength and increased self esteem to encourage healing, recovery and moving forward with life 01708 765 200 info@supportline.org.uk Phone line, Tues - Thurs 18.00 - 20.00, emails 2 day response time.
No Panic Support for anxiety and panic attacks. No Panic specialises in self-help recovery and our services include providing people with the skills they need to manage their condition and work towards recovery, enabling them to lead more fulfilled lives. 0300 772 9844   Everyday - 10am - 10pm ( 365 days of the year)
No Panic - Crisis message Recorded message with breathing exercises to reduce panic 01952 680 835    
CALM For men struggling with suicidal ideation 0800 58 58 58  Web chat 17.00 - midnight daily
The Silver Line Support line for those aged 55 and above 0800 470 8090   24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Switchboard LGBT+ Emotional support for the LGBT+ community 0300 330 0630 chris@switchboard.lgbt 10.00 - 22.00 daily
The Caravan Drop-in therapy sessions 0207 183 1802 info@thecaravan.org.uk Mon - Fri 11.00 - 19.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 - 19.00
The Listening Place   0203 906 7676    
Self Injury Support   Text us on 07537 432 444 Email us at tessmail@selfinjurysupport.org.uk 19.00 - 21.30 Tues - Thurs
Anxiety UK  We offer support, advice and information on all anxiety, stress and anxiety-based depression conditions. We provide a wide range of services to support those affected by these conditions; from those living with stress or mild anxiety, through to those with more severe, complex and longstanding issues. Our friendly volunteers can answer your questions and help find the right resources to manage anxiety. call on 03444775774    
CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE They help bereaved people; also friends and employers who want to support someone. They also have special services and resources for helping those affected by specific tragedies such as public accidents, terrorism, etc   www.cruse.org.uk/get-help  Free Helpline: 0808 808 1677  
LGBTQ+SWITCHBOARD Open 10am-10pm  gives emotional support for anyone from the LGBTQ+ community        
NAZ AND MATT FOUNDATION (founded 2014 Dr Nazim Mahmoud took his life when his deeply religious family confronted him about his sexuality. N&M aim to promote and protect LGBTQ when religion may be affecting the situation.        
MIND offers advice, support and information to people experiencing mental health difficulty/ies, and their family and friends. Has a network of local associations in England and Wales that people can turn to. Lines open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm except Bank Holidays     www.mind.org.uk    Infoline  0300 123 3393  or text 86463  info@mind.org.uk  
NO PANIC For people suffering anxiety and panic attacks. 10 am – 10 pm.   0844 967 4848  
SHOUT TEXT LINE a 24-hour text service, free, confidential crisis text support for anyone in crisis, anytime, anyhow.   Text SHOUT to 85258 or visit www.giveusashout.org   
ZERO SUICIDE ALLIANCE is a collaboration of NHS trusts, businesses and individuals who are all committed to suicide prevention training that is accessible to all.   www.zerosuicidealliance.com   
BLACK MINDS MATTER UK Racial prejudice is a major contributing factor to poor mental health for black people. BMM is a network of black therapists who can apply their own lived experience and understanding to other black people seeking help and access to therapy.   www.blackmindsmatter.com   
OCD Action Supporting for people living with OCD   https://ocdaction.org.uk/    
Gamcare  support with gambling   https://www.gamcare.org.uk/   
Betknomore  support with gambling including peer support   https://www.betknowmoreuk.org/   
GALOP support to people in the LGBTQ+ community experiencing homophobia   http://www.galop.org.uk/   
Papyrus under 35 suicide prevention  call on 08000684141    
SOBS   call on 03001115065    
Addaction   call on 02072515860    
The Survivors Trust    call on 8008010818    
safeline   call on 08008005005    
Compassionate friend   call on 03451232304    
Victim support    call on 08081689111    
National domestic abuse    call on 08082000247    
Supportline    call on 01708765200    
Rethink   call on 03005000927    
Suicide prevention line   call on 08006895652    
Frazzled Café      www.frazzledcafe.com  
Dragon Café     www.dragoncafe.co.uk  
Hestia Recovery café    call on 07794394920    
sunshine café      www.sunshinerecoverycafe.org  
Death café      www.deathcafe.com  
Hub of hope      https://hubofhope.co.uk/  
Maggie Foundation The Maggie Oliver Foundation (TMOF) exists to create a society where survivors and those at risk of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE) are empowered to live fulfilled and successful lives, and where every survivor is treated with dignity, respect and as an equal and valued member of society. We can only provide emotional support and legal advocacy to those who are based in United Kingdom.   https://www.themaggieoliverfoundation.com/  
LGBTQ+SWITCHBOARD Open 10am-10pm  gives emotional support for anyone from the LGBTQ+ community   Call 08000119100 https://switchboard.lgbt/  
NAZ AND MATT FOUNDATION (founded 2014 Dr Nazim Mahmoud took his life when his deeply religious family confronted him about his sexuality. N&M aim to promote and protect LGBTQ when religion may be affecting the situation.     https://www.nazandmattfoundation.org/   

Maytree helps all kinds of people from all kinds backgrounds and with all kinds of problems. The one thing everyone we help has in common is that they have had suicidal thoughts or have attempted suicide.

People who are thinking of ending their life can show some of the following warning behaviours: