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We’ve got loads of tools and resources to help you find the support you need, including a life-saving helpline for people who can’t see a way forward, have lost someone to suicide, or are worried about their friends or loved ones. Find out more about all the services CALM offers here.

It can be difficult to know what to do if you’re worried that someone close to you is at risk of suicide. We’ve got loads of information and resources to help you be there for your friends, family and colleagues. Find ways to support here.

Sorry to hear about your loss. We have lots of information and resources available here to support you with what you're facing, including the CALM helpline. It’s open every day, offering free, anonymous support to anyone affected by suicide or suicidal thoughts.

Yes. Our helpline is for anyone affected by suicide or suicidal thoughts. Our professional helpline team is equipped to talk to people from every gender identity.

No. All calls to the helpline and livechat are confidential and anonymous. We will never ask for names or addresses.

Unfortunately, our webchat is only available for people in the UK. If you are outside of the UK, please use this list of international mental health charities to look up support in your country.

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