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Whatever you're going through, you can call us any time, from any phone for FREE. Talk to one of our listening volunteers using our new web chat service. For now, we're running the web chat at a small scale, meaning it's not available to everyone yet. Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you understand them better. Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you better understand them. Keep track of how you're feeling, and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis.
This is free to call from both landlines and mobiles, including pay-as-you-go mobiles. You do not need to have any credit or call allowance on your plan to call ing us on [ protected] is free. But please make sure you include first line of our address to make sure your letter gets to us for free. Yes, except for in certain situations where our safeguarding policy means we may tell someone, for example, by calling an ambulance. about when we do this. When you call Samaritans, your is not displayed to our volunteer. In the unlikely event that you see the Samaritan volunteer that you spoke to later on the street, the Samaritans volunteer will not acknowledge you, unless you do so first.
This is to respect your privacy and the confidentiality of your visit, unless you wish to recognise it. We will need your name and address to reply, but to maintain confidentiality, your letter will be shredded once we have sent you our response. When you call us onyou will be put through to a volunteer at one of our branches. We aim for everyone to get through to someone straight away, but sometimes this is not always possible as it depends on the of volunteers we have on the phones at that time.
When you us at [ protected]we aim to respond within 24 hours. You can check our branches opening times here. It can be helpful to call ahead and arrange a time to come in. People with all sorts of concerns and what might be a small issue to you may be huge to someone else. You could be going through something new or have been struggling to cope for some time, either way, we're here if you feel you need some extra support.
You are the expert on your own life. Our advice or opinions are not important. If you want advice, we may be able to give you contact details for organisations that specialise in helping with specific problems and situations. The link between our name and any religious text is completely coincidental.
Next Generation Text is not specific to Samaritans and can be used on any telephone. You can contact Samaritans in this way using You can still get in touch with us. Our first responsibility is to you, not your parents or guardian.
This might include how you look, problems at school or college, how people are treating you, and worries about exams or money. We provide the same support to people with mental health issues as we do for anyone else. We know that people with the same diagnosis may have very different experiences.
Your experience is the most important thing to us, not the label. Some people do not have the support of friends or family. Others do have friends or family to talk to, but find that talking to someone neutral can also be beneficial. We keep our conversations private, so we can't pass the information you give us onto anyone else and we won't judge or insist on giving advice. What to do if you're not feeling okay. What to do if you think someone you know isn't okay. Home How we can help Contact a Samaritan If you need someone to talk to, we listen.
We won't judge or tell you what to do. Pilot This is a new service. For urgent support please call Call Chat online This service is not currently available. Write us an Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you understand them better. Write us a letter Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you better understand them. Self-help app Keep track of how you're feeling, and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis. More about our Listening Service Is contacting you free? On the phone This is free to call from both landlines and mobiles, including pay-as-you-go mobiles.
Via ing us on [ protected] is free. In person Visiting us face-to-face in your local branch is free.
By letter Yes. Is the service confidential? On the phone When you call Samaritans, your is not displayed to our volunteer. By letter We will need your name and address to reply, but to maintain confidentiality, your letter will be shredded once we have sent you our response. How quickly will you respond? On the phone When you call us onyou will be put through to a volunteer at one of our branches. Via When you us at [ protected]we aim to respond within 24 hours.
In person You can check our branches opening times here. By letter When you write us a letter we aim to respond within 7 days. What can I speak to you about? Is this service for me? Are Samaritans religious? Our listeners will never impose any personal attitudes or beliefs on you.
What if I have mental health issues? Find the service that's right for you Call us Write a letter us Welsh language Self-help app Call us Whatever you're going through, call us free any time, from any phone, on Benefits Free One-to-one Open 24 hours a day. Maybe not if You have patchy phone al You prefer to write things down You're looking for advice. Call us any time, day or night Benefits Free Time to compose your thoughts Time to reflect between letters.
You need urgent support right now You have no fixed address It's hard for you to post a letter. Benefits Time to compose your thoughts No need to respond right away Work things through over time. You need urgent support right now You want to talk things through in one go You want to speak to the same person throughout.
If you would like emotional support in Welsh, we have a Welsh Language Line which is free to call. We also have a letter writing service in Welsh. Call now Benefits Free Work things through in your own time You don't need to speak to anyone if you're not ready. You need urgent help right now You want to speak to a volunteer Your internet connection is unreliable.
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