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If you feel you are at risk of harming yourself or taking your own life, there are people you can talk to who want to help:
Read more about getting help if you're feeling suicidal.
If you don’t feel in immediate danger and would like to talk about your circumstances with someone who is trained to listen, these organisations are here for you.
The free Samaritans phone line is available 24 hours a day throughout the year. They’re there to give you the time and space to talk things through, to try and find a way through your problems, and to explore the options so you can make decisions that are right for you.
Specialist telephone service run by suicide prevention charity Papyrus, staffed by trained professionals who give non-judgemental support, practical advice and information to children, teenagers and young people up to the age of 35 who are worried about how they are feeling, and to anyone who is concerned about a young person.
The UK's largest single provider of specialist domestic violence services - supporting more than 4,600 women, children and men each day.
The UK's largest provider of relationship support, supporting more than a million people each year of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations to strengthen their relationships.
Visit www.streetlink.org.uk or download the StreetLink app if you or someone you know is sleeping rough in England or Wales. Provide as much information as you can and StreetLink’s national team will put you in touch with local support services.
Call 0808 800 4444 if you are homeless or at risk of losing your home. Run by housing charity Shelter, their housing experts can advise you, no matter what your housing situation.
Shelterline is open 365 days of the year from 8am to 8pm throughout the week and 8am to 5pm at weekends.