Helpline Numbers: Do you know any? Post them here!

In British Columbia you can also speak to a nurse by calling 811. You can also have the option of speaking to a pharmacist if you have questions about drug interactions

Crisis line for BC 1-866-661-3311

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Oof - sorry for the delay there!

Got it updated - thank you so much :smiley:

Tips for college students: your campus student health services might have special after hours crisis number for mental health.

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Is there any resources such as these for the U.S. (I only saw 911)?

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…considering I live in the U.S…
I really should have noticed we were missing the US ones.


I’m updating the list soon with the link @SuppaDev posted (for some reason I somehow missed it so I never updated it back in August, sorry about that!).

And it has some numbers for the US that’s actually listed out by state, as well. So give me like 5 minutes and it should be updated!


Text Crisis Line: You can text these volunteers anything you want to talk about and they will respond to you immediately with a helpful tip or with feedback.

National Crisis Text Line Free 741-741**

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Just confirming - it’s the US correct? :grin:

Yes it is.

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Emergency (including hotline for reaching a priest to talk to) 112
Medical information (including where to go if you are not in a serious emergency) 1177
BRIS (Barnes Rätt I Samhället) hotline for kids and teenagers, helping kids with family and relationship issues 116 111
Here are other useful numbers and chat-lines

If you have an eating disorder in Australia you can contact - The Butterfly Foundation at 1800 33 4673

That is all I can say to help out.

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It’s not really a helpline as such… But I found a suicide forum. A community based around suicidal ideation, and support.

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Responding mostly to remind myself to update this later. :sweat_smile:

Figured if I actually RESPOND SAYING I WANT TO UPDATE IT, I’ll actually remember.


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Got it all added! Thank you so much!

@Smoj Got the suicide forum added too!


I thought I updated this back when you first posted. :woman_facepalming:
Also the fact I forgot to add my own country’s suicide prevention lifeline…
-waddles to update-

I noticed there isn’t one for India ( kinda random I know :sweat_smile: ) does anyone have info for there?


India extended the use of 112 as an emergency tel.# from landline phones as well. In the US you can use 112 from a cellphone if you have GSM service such as from AT&T where it will be forwarded to 911.

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Updated for India - I’ll edit later when I get a chance to broaden the range of 112 after I read up on it.

Thanks for the heads up and the link!

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Ontario, Canada- Guelph- ASD/asperger’s centre- 1.877.821.3760.

877.821.3760 comes up as an Emergency Shelter Resource Line.

Upon googling Guelph ASD Centre I did find “The ADHD & Asperger’s Center” but their phone number is listed as 519.830.1423 on their website.

So I’ll go ahead and put both numbers down since both are good places. :slight_smile: