911 (or your country’s local emergency line)

If you feel like you or someone you know is in immediate danger, you should call 911 or go to an emergency room to get immediate help.

Are you have thoughts of self-harm or suicide?

Are you or a loved one struggling with drug or alcohol abuse?

Call the SAMHSA National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357.

If you are struggling with addiction or are concerned about a loved one’s alcohol or drug abuse, you can contact the hotline for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Do you need help and don’t know where to turn?

You can text 741741 in the US or UK (686868 in Canada), reach out via WhatsApp or message Crisis Text Line on Facebook for help.

Are you a young person struggling with bullying, physical or mental health, relationships, or any concern?

Reach out to the YouthLine by texting teen2teen to 839863, or call 1-877-968-8491
YouthLine provides a safe space for children and adults ages 11 to 21, to talk through any issues they may be facing, including eating disorders, relationship or family concerns, bullying, sexual identity, depression, self-harm, anxiety and thoughts of suicide.

Are you a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault?

To reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline text “START” to 88788 or call 1-800-799-7233
For anyone who is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault (or know someone who is), these hotlines offer counseling and advice.