If you're feeling like you want to die, it's important to tell someone.
Help and support is available right now if you need it. You don't have to struggle with difficult feelings alone.
I need help right now
If you have seriously harmed yourself – for example, by taking a drug overdose – call 999 for an ambulance or go straight to A&E.
Or ask someone else to call 999 or take you to A&E.
Talk to someone you trust
Let family or friends know what's going on for you. They may be able to offer support and help keep you safe.
There's no right or wrong way to talk about suicidal feelings – starting the conversation is what's important.
Are you feeling distressed, frightened, overwhelmed, or that things are too much for you?
Don’t know where to turn to get mental health support?
Are your usual sources of support closed for the night?
⌚️ Open 6pm-midnight every day (including weekends and bank holidays).
🏠 Croft Hall Medical Practice, 19 Croft Rd, Torquay TQ2 5UA
📞 07483 991 848
Letters of Hope
📺 Letters Of Hope website
The letter of hope was written for you if you are currently feeling suicidal, or are considering taking your own life. It was written by people who have experienced similar feelings and understand.
📺 Calm Website
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. Join the campaign to take a stand against male suicide and get the tools you need for action.
Help for suicidal thoughts
📺 NHS Website
Are you having thoughts of suicide, or worried that someone you know is? Please visit the website above for information and advice.
Talk to us any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you.
Call now on 116 123 or
Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch. We're here for you online, on the phone, anytime.
First Response Service
📺 First Response Service Website
The First Response Service (FRS) puts you and your mental health first, providing a service seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The service is an urgent mental health service for people with mental health and learning disability needs.