Suicide Call Back Service is a nationwide service that provides professional 24/7 telephone and online counselling to people who are affected by suicide.
Get immediate help now by selecting one of our counselling services below.

Claire - Breathing exercise

I’m Claire, a virtual assistant, designed by the Suicide Call Back Service. I use artificial intelligence to support you in getting the help you need, finding information and self-help resources that can help you address your needs. One thing I can help with is, is to teach breathing skills to help you feel calmer if you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed.

Coping after large scale tragedies

When news of large scale tragedies break, the emotional impact can be difficult to deal with. Constant discussions at work and exposure to ongoing media coverage can make you feel unsafe, anxious, or powerless. View our seven tips to help you or your friends address these feelings so they don’t impact your daily life.

Help for suicide emergency - CATT (Crisis Assessment and Treatment Teams)

Made up of psychiatric nurses, social workers psychiatrists and psychologists, Crisis assessment and treatment teams (CATT) are based at your nearest local major hospital, and provide help during mental health emergencies.

How to help when a friend is overwhelmed and not coping

Do you have a friend that is overwhelmed or struggling to cope? Having reached out and asked how they’re going, they’ve admitted they’re not coping well, but what next? Read our advice on how you can help a friend that’s overwhelmed.


Meet Claire, the virtual assistant designed by Suicide Call Back Service to support you in getting the help, resources and support you need as quickly as possible. Find out more:
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“The quickest way to fix this is not to build more beds, but to better resource the community health model.” It’s time for us to look at mental health in a more holistic way to prevent mental health issues from growing even further.

Research suggests that one in seven of us will experience a panic attack at least once in our lifetime. Here's what they actually mean and when you need to seek help. Tips via @ConversationEDU