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If you are thinking life is horrible and you need help, then read this! (Emergency helplines)

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Discussion' started by Dax, 13 March 2014.

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  1. Dax

    Dax The Great and Powerful Daxie

    31 January 2012
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    At UKoE we do have a large network of bronies and pegasisters who are willing to take time to help you and listen to you.

    The staff are always willing to listen and if you need someone to turn to you can always send one or more of us a PM.

    However we are not trained counsellors and sometimes the help and advice you might need is beyond our scope.

    So here are some contact details for you in case you ever need them.


    Rethink Mental Illness

    Working together to help everyone affected by severe mental illness to recover a better quality of life

    For practical mental health information Monday to Friday (not bank holidays), 10am-2pm call 0300 5000 927

    Their advice for emergency help is:

    Who to contact if you need urgent support

    If you feel like harming or hurting yourself or other people call 999 or go to your nearest Accident and Emergency department (A&E). You can search for your local department through the NHS Choices website

    For non-emergency situations visit your GP or call NHS 111 (NHS Direct) – open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They can tell you about your local crisis support services or your nearest A&E.
    Tel: 111 Web: www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

    Sane Line

    Offering specialist mental health emotional support 6-11pm everyday.

    You can also email through their website.

    Tel: 0845 767 8000

    Web: www.sane.org.uk


    YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences we campaign, research and influence policy and practice.

    They don't have a phone number, but there is a good web page for all sorts of info:



    Offering emotional support 24 hours a day

    Tel: 08457 90 90 90

    Tel: 1850 60 90 90 (ROI)

    Email: [email protected]

    Web: www.samaritans.org

    ChildLine - up to the age of 19

    You can talk to ChildLine about anything - no matter what it is. If you are feeling scared or out of control or just want to talk to someone you can call ChildLine. ChildLine is a private and confidential service, meaning that what you say stays between you and ChildLine - calls don’t appear on the phone bill, including mobiles

    ChildLine is always open - call 0800 1111 anytime


    Young people phone about all kinds of things like feeling lonely or unloved, worries about their future, problems at school, bullying, crime, drugs, pregnancy, HIV and AIDS, physical and sexual abuse, running away and concerns about parents, brothers, sisters and friends.

    London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard


    Providing free & confidential support & information to lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered communities throughout the UK

    HELPLINE 0300 330 0630 (DAILY 10AM - 11PM)

    Beaumont Society

    The 24 Hour Info Line : 01582 412220

    An established transgendered support group in the UK, with a support network for the Transgender (TG), Transvestite (TV), Transsexual (TS) and Cross Dressing (CD), community in the UK.

    http:// www.beaumontsociety.org.uk

    Gender Trust

    Supporting all those affected by gender identity issues


    You can contact the Gender Trust in a variety of ways:

    By email: [email protected]

    Facebook: Gender Trust

    Call Tel:01527 894 838

    Domestic Violence

    Men's Advice Line - Help and support for male victims of domestic violence

    Call Monday - Friday 9am-5pm on freephone 0808 801 0327

    (free from landlines and from mobiles using the O2, Orange, T Mobile, Three (3), EE, Virgin, and Vodafone networks)

    Some other mobile networks also offer free calls to numbers with the 0808 80xx, prefix however these are not guaranteed and users are recommended to check with their provider.

    Email: [email protected]

    Web: http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/mens_advice.php.html

    Refuge - help and support for women and children

    Contact the 24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline on 0808 2000 247



    Broken Rainbow National LGBT Domestic Violence Helpline


    0300 999 5428 (0300 999 LGBT)

    Formed in 2004, Broken Rainbow runs the only UK lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Domestic
    Violence helpline staffed by LGBT people for LGBT people.

    Lesbian, Gay, bisexual and transgender people experiencing domestic violence who call the 0300 number are charged at the same rate as calling standard landline numbers (01 and 02) even from a mobile phone.

    10am - 8pm Monday
    10am - 5pm Tuesday
    10am - 5pm Wednesday
    10am - 8pm Thursday

    1pm-5pm Tuesday is a trans* specific service
    #1 Dax, 13 March 2014
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