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If you or someone you know is struggling, we have resources listed below where you can get free, confidential and immediate support.
InternationalBefrienders WorldwideUnited States and CanadaNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline (US and CA)Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CA)Crisis Text Line (US)To Write Love on Her Arms (US)National Eating Disorders Association (US)The Trevor Project (US, LGBTQ youth, ages 13-24)Trans Lifeline (US and CA)Your Life Your Voice (US, youth and young adults)National Domestic Violence Hotline (US)National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline (US)Hackblossom: DIY Cybersecurity for Domestic Violence (US)Crisis Services Canada (CA)Latin AmericaS.O.S. Un Amigo Anónimo (AR)Centro de Valorização da Vida (CVV) (BR)Todo Mejora (CL)Corpolatin (CO)SAPTEL (MX)EuropeTelefonSeelsorge (AT)Centre de prévention du Suicide (BE - FR)Centrum Ter Preventie Van Zelfdoding (BE - NL)Tel 143 – Die Dargebotene Hand (CH)TelefonSeelsorge (DE)KrisenKompass app (DE)El Telefono de la Esperanza (ES)Suicide Ecoute (FR)Pieta House (IE)Telefono Amico (IT)SOS Détresse - Hëllef iwwer Telefon (LU)113 Zelfmoordpreventie (NL)Voz de Apoio (PT)Samaritans (UK)National Domestic Violence Helpline (UK)Pro Juventute (CH)Asia and AustraliaAASRA (IN)Befrienders Japan (JP)Korean Suicide Prevention Center (KR)Natasha Goulborn Foundation (PH)Institute of Mental Health (SG)Samaritans (TH)Lifeline (AU)Headspace (AU)Mental Health Helpline 1323 (TH)