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We are *not* a Suicide Intervention Group. If you are experiencing extreme suicide ideation, you need more assistance than we are qualified to give. Please contact your doctor, your hospital or a local Hotline for immediate assistance. We will be here for you once you are stabilized. Even though we have all, at one time or the other, experienced subtle suicide ideation, constant or continuous threats of suicide hold the potential to adversely affect members.

We care about you so very much...We know you are in pain.

That is why you must call a hotline now.

You need help. You want the torment to end with your recovery, if not important to you, it is important to your loved ones and to us.

Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Please call a hotline.

Depression Forums MUST refer you on.

This forum is NOT able to provide immediate crisis intervention or professional counseling.

You need to speak to a PROFESSIONAL who has the training and resources

to offer IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY care.

Please, don't wait. Don't put it off. You need to pick up the phone and take action now.

 

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AFSP - American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Suicide.com

suicidology.org

metanoia.org/suicide

The deaf hotline - 800-799-4889.

National Hopeline Network 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-273-TALK -- All calls to the 1-800-273-TALK Lifeline are private and confidential.

Confidentiality of personal information and of personal disclosures during calls is a high priority for the parties involved in operating the Lifeline.

WWW.HOPELINE.COM

  • Gay and Lesbian National Hotline Toll-free: (888) THE-GLNH, (888) 843-4564 Hours: Monday-Friday, 4:00P.M. to MIDNIGHT, and Saturday, Noon to 5:00P.M. Eastern Standard Time
  • GLBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-PRIDE (1-800-246-7743) Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30pm to Midnight, Eastern time Peer support and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning youth.
  • GLSEN | Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network – GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, is a national education organization working to ensure safe schools for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity

WWW.YOUTHLINE.US

1-877-YOUTHLINE

1-877-SUICIDA

1-800-PPD-MOMS

1-877-VET2VET

1-800-442-HOPE

1-800-COPLINE

1-800 55 1800Kids (Help Line [for children under 18)

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Central Office telephone: +44 (0)20 8394 8300

http://www.papyrus-uk.org/for-you.html

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Helping YOU to Help Prevent Young Suicide

PAPYRUS is pleased to announce that you can call their telephone helpline

HOPE Line UK

The PAPYRUS national helpline - HOPELineUK 0800 068 41 41 - gives confidential support
and practical advice to young people worried about themselves or to anyone concerned about
a young person they know.

Are you worried about yourself or someone you know?
Depressed or not coping with life?

phone

HOPE Line UK
0800 068 41 41

for practical advice on what to do ……

 

Are you worried about yourself or someone you know?
Depressed or not coping with life?

phone
HOPE Line UK
0800 068 41 41
for practical advice on what to do ……

 

Facts:
HOPE Line UK is a confidential helpline service staffed by trained professionals who can give support, practical advice and information to anyone concerned about themselves or a young person they know who may be at risk.

The helpline is open Monday – Friday from 10am – 5pm and 7pm – 10pm, and 2pm – 5pm on weekends.

Calls are free from BT landlines, other networks and mobiles may vary. The helpline advisors will call you back if you leave a message.

Who can call?
Young people (35 and under)  Family and concerned friends, Medics and mental health professionals  Schools, Colleges and Universities, Others who work with young people




My link, HOPE Line UK is staffed by professionally qualified advisers who can give support, practical advice and information to anyone who is concerned that a young person they know may be suicidal.

Please help us to spread the word by:


Twitter: PAPYRUS_TWEETS

-telling people about us

-signposting potential users to our service

-printing off our flyer and putting it on your notice board

-forwarding this page to other people in your address book.

For further information about PAPYRUS or promotional material for HOPElineUK contact us at: admin@papyrus-uk.org



http://www.papyrus-uk.org/

PAPYRUS (Prevention of Suicides) Registered Charity Number 1070896

A Company Limited by Guarantee Number 3555482

 

 

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For The European Union who cannot call a Suicide Hotline in their country, there is also the European emergency telephone number 112. It can be called from any country in the EU and from some other European countries for any emergency. The person will be redirected to the most appropriate service of the closest hospital, for example the closest psychiatric emergences. The number also works with mobile phones.

112 is not aimed at providing a psychological help; it is rather like the United States 911. But it can be useful for people in crisis who need to see a psychiatrist immediately and cannot wait for an appointment.

I want to thank Member Le Renard for this information.

~Lindsay

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