Suicide Call Back Service is a nationwide service that provides professional 24/7 telephone and online counselling to people who are affected by suicide.
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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.

Supporting Work Colleagues

Take the time to support your work colleagues. They may be struggling, becoming withdrawn and not coping with their workload. If they are going through a tough time, there are a few things you can do to support them.

Struggling to cope - 6 reasons why you should reach out to family and friends

When we’re struggling to cope, talking about it with the people around us might be the last thing we feel like doing. We might think they won’t care, or that we will be leaving ourselves exposed. However, opening up to someone can often make us feel much better. Here are 6 reasons to reach out to someone close to you.


Crisis assessment and treatment teams (CATT) respond to urgent requests to help individuals experiencing a mental health crisis 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Here we answer some common questions about CATT services.
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Research suggests that city dwellers have a 20 – 40 percent higher risk of #anxiety and mood disorders compared to people living closer to nature. Here are some of the mental health benefits of spending time in nature.
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Self-care is not selfish. Here's why.

A friendly reminder to anyone who needs this today, or any day.
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