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    Quote Originally Posted by FGordon View Post
    who are the people or organizations that donate the most for stuff to help the bullied?im over 60 i was bashed -sick of mean people--there should be drop in centers in every town--create a list of those places or churches
    Goodwill and The Salvation Army are both very homophobic organizations. Most of their donations go to drug abusers. So it's damned if you, damned if you do don't.

    Since this is a LGBT community of some sort, and we do take up a big margin of homelessness and suicide, try to find LGBT community centers and shelters in your area and donate there.
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    ^
    It strikes me as odd that back during Martin Luther King's day, there were many black churches which were known as refuges for blacks who were subjected to violence -- and they were protected by armed folks who understood that the best way to stop bashing is to let the would-be bashers know they're facing armed citizens and therefore should just leave, for their own health.

    Any adult being harassed or bashed should seek out the local Pink Pistols.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    ^
    It strikes me as odd that back during Martin Luther King's day, there were many black churches which were known as refuges for blacks who were subjected to violence -- and they were protected by armed folks who understood that the best way to stop bashing is to let the would-be bashers know they're facing armed citizens and therefore should just leave, for their own health.

    Any adult being harassed or bashed should seek out the local Pink Pistols.
    I suffer from bi polar disorder so I can't get a gun permit, which sucks. But I'm not pro or anti gun, so I support the Pink Pistols.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taralen View Post
    I suffer from bi polar disorder so I can't get a gun permit, which sucks. But I'm not pro or anti gun, so I support the Pink Pistols.
    You need a permit for a gun? It's called the Second Amendment. Unless you're talking about carrying; California is on the bashers' side on that one.

    BTW, if anyone is feeling suicidal and owns any guns, contacting your local Pink Pistols is a good idea then, too -- many Pink Pistols chapters have people who have, unfortunately, had to deal with that issue, and they can be trusted to keep your guns away from you until you're stable again.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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    I knew a kid in high school that put the barrel of a shotgun in his mouth and pulled the trigger. Sad. It took almost 20yrs and then it hit me. He was gay. I was bullied as a kid. Even in grade school. Not because I was gay (didn't even know what that was back then). I was different. I learned how to fight back. And I did.

    When I was 15, I actually tied a noose around my neck. The only thing that stopped me was that I knew it would probably kill my mother. In my early 20's, I thought about it again. Had I not seen an ad under personals in the local paper, I might have. OIM (Out In Montana) saved my life. I found out that I wasn't alone and that I had support.

    Today there are numerous places to find support. Both online and off. None of that was available when I was a teenager.
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    On May 21 of this year, I came home from feeding lunch to folks at a transgender event and found my husband dead. I knew he had wrestled with many demons over the course of his life, starting with a very abusive and horrible childhood. While he had stuffed those demons away for nearly the eight years we were together (and five married), they returned while attending a funeral of his favorite uncle (and last of those who took him and his father and brother in when his mother would throw them out and get restraining orders). Unbeknownst to me, he had also bought Molly -- one of the side effects being extreme depression the day after. I thought he had drank too much the night before; it turned out that while he had also drank too much, he also did Molly.

    There is help. In Washington, DC, contact the DC Center which has a host of groups and help available to deal with depression. With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, most policies contain riders or assistance for counseling sessions and may also cover in-house treatment if required. We are going to endow a fund to assist people suffering from depression and contemplating suicide. While it is too late for Barry, I hope it will help even one more person not follow his path.

    If you are thinking Molly, Tina, Meth, or alcohol will help, please contact one of the many gay-focused help groups. The un-talked about side effect of many of these is even deeper depression. Reading Barry's texts, email, and messages in the days leading up to his death, there emerges a person I never knew and who no one else saw. He was a high-achieving depression sufferer. If you see a guy in booty shorts looking like the leader of the party -- they might just be one. That type is the most difficult to diagnose and spot because they are masters at putting on new masks that hide any symptom.

    And don't forget to reach out to someone else. One thing I'm finding after Barry's death is there are a lot of people suffering from similar bouts and yet do so alone (one of those committed suicide last weekend). Barry had an ability to walk into a room and spot the people who were alone; he also had the confidence to walk up and start talking to them and introduce others (if you were older, he usually had an added spring in his step!). While I am "okay" at that, I know I need to do more and encourage everyone to do the same.

    It does get better....you are loved!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thewiz View Post
    On May 21 of this year, I came home from feeding lunch to folks at a transgender event and found my husband dead. I knew he had wrestled with many demons over the course of his life, starting with a very abusive and horrible childhood. While he had stuffed those demons away for nearly the eight years we were together (and five married), they returned while attending a funeral of his favorite uncle (and last of those who took him and his father and brother in when his mother would throw them out and get restraining orders). Unbeknownst to me, he had also bought Molly -- one of the side effects being extreme depression the day after. I thought he had drank too much the night before; it turned out that while he had also drank too much, he also did Molly.

    There is help. In Washington, DC, contact the DC Center which has a host of groups and help available to deal with depression. With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, most policies contain riders or assistance for counseling sessions and may also cover in-house treatment if required. We are going to endow a fund to assist people suffering from depression and contemplating suicide. While it is too late for Barry, I hope it will help even one more person not follow his path.

    If you are thinking Molly, Tina, Meth, or alcohol will help, please contact one of the many gay-focused help groups. The un-talked about side effect of many of these is even deeper depression. Reading Barry's texts, email, and messages in the days leading up to his death, there emerges a person I never knew and who no one else saw. He was a high-achieving depression sufferer. If you see a guy in booty shorts looking like the leader of the party -- they might just be one. That type is the most difficult to diagnose and spot because they are masters at putting on new masks that hide any symptom.

    And don't forget to reach out to someone else. One thing I'm finding after Barry's death is there are a lot of people suffering from similar bouts and yet do so alone (one of those committed suicide last weekend). Barry had an ability to walk into a room and spot the people who were alone; he also had the confidence to walk up and start talking to them and introduce others (if you were older, he usually had an added spring in his step!). While I am "okay" at that, I know I need to do more and encourage everyone to do the same.

    It does get better....you are loved!
    That is horrible I'm so sorry for your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrown329 View Post
    I knew a kid in high school that put the barrel of a shotgun in his mouth and pulled the trigger. Sad. It took almost 20yrs and then it hit me. He was gay. I was bullied as a kid. Even in grade school. Not because I was gay (didn't even know what that was back then). I was different. I learned how to fight back. And I did.

    When I was 15, I actually tied a noose around my neck. The only thing that stopped me was that I knew it would probably kill my mother. In my early 20's, I thought about it again. Had I not seen an ad under personals in the local paper, I might have. OIM (Out In Montana) saved my life. I found out that I wasn't alone and that I had support.

    Today there are numerous places to find support. Both online and off. None of that was available when I was a teenager.
    So true about places to find support. I remember once in a "I'd rather be dead" episode in which I walked across streets without checking traffic, when I was banging on the door of a church figuring someone would help. What did I get? A card referring me to a social agency that wasn't open for another fifteen hours. That's when I started realizing that however much many many people say they would help someone suicidal, they really don't want to be bothered.

    Though when I was a teenager, there was one place to go: the local Roman Catholic church still had nuns, and they never turned anyone away. Now the nuns are gone, but there's a 24/7 help hotline, something we never had.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    So true about places to find support. I remember once in a "I'd rather be dead" episode in which I walked across streets without checking traffic, when I was banging on the door of a church figuring someone would help. What did I get? A card referring me to a social agency that wasn't open for another fifteen hours. That's when I started realizing that however much many many people say they would help someone suicidal, they really don't want to be bothered.

    Though when I was a teenager, there was one place to go: the local Roman Catholic church still had nuns, and they never turned anyone away. Now the nuns are gone, but there's a 24/7 help hotline, something we never had.
    Yeah, there's a 24hr line here to call. I didn't explain what OIM was. They would take out ads in the Personals page in the local newspaper. There was a phone number and I mustered up the courage to call. They helped me come to terms with my sexuality. It was for and run by LGBTs. It's still there some 30+yrs later. Different name but the same thing.

    Nothing like that where I live now and it's a far larger city (approx 215K in the metro area as of 2015). Whereas the city I moved from is approx 70K in the metro area. Back in the early 80's, it was around 50K.
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    I'm too embarrassed to put this under my real user name. Right now I just feel like I am trying to break down the walls to even do what I thinking about doing.

    I've never cried this much in my life before and I don't really know why I am even crying as much as I am now.

    I want to dump all my money into my boyfriends bank account but at the same time I am scared of doing it because I know then and there I've made my decision.

    A lot of things hurt and I don't really want them to. I don't even know why I am writing this, I guess I just want something somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalsfading View Post
    I'm too embarrassed to put this under my real user name. Right now I just feel like I am trying to break down the walls to even do what I thinking about doing.

    I've never cried this much in my life before and I don't really know why I am even crying as much as I am now.

    I want to dump all my money into my boyfriends bank account but at the same time I am scared of doing it because I know then and there I've made my decision.

    A lot of things hurt and I don't really want them to. I don't even know why I am writing this, I guess I just want something somewhere.
    Please contact the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Lifeline/Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

    I hope that you are able to see this message and please let them help you in whatever way you desire. I never understood the hurt and pain that some people mask but do know there are people who are there to help. While my days are getting better, the pain and loss continue as reminders and I'd do anything to go back in time and intervene.
    Barry Glacier in Alaska. Gone but not forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalsfading View Post
    I'm too embarrassed to put this under my real user name. Right now I just feel like I am trying to break down the walls to even do what I thinking about doing.

    I've never cried this much in my life before and I don't really know why I am even crying as much as I am now.

    I want to dump all my money into my boyfriends bank account but at the same time I am scared of doing it because I know then and there I've made my decision.

    A lot of things hurt and I don't really want them to. I don't even know why I am writing this, I guess I just want something somewhere.
    No matter how bad things are suicide is not the answer. We all have our issues and problems and they work themselves out. I know sometimes things seem hopeless but you just gotta keep going. Things will get better and do get better. If you don't want to chat with a suicide prevention hot line feel free to PM me and I would be more than happy to chat with you.

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    Just a reminder.

    It's that time again, so here's a list of every emergency service number and suicide prevention service in the world. US and UK first because they're relevant to more of my friends, then they're in alphabetical order

    Stay safe and look after each other��

    United States: 911 is the national emergency number in the United States.

    The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline(http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/) .

    Crisis Text Line (crisistextline.org) is the only 24/7, nationwide crisis-intervention text-message hotline.

    Samaritans (http://www.samaritansusa.org/)

    The San Francisco Night Ministry (http://www.sfnightministry.org/)

    The Trevor Project (http://www.thetrevorproject.org/) LGBTQ+ youth

    The Veterans Crisis Line (veteranscrisisline.net)

    Trans Lifeline (http://www.translifeline.org/) (also applicable to Canada)

    HopeLine (http://www.hopeline-nc.org)

    UK: 999 is the national emergency number in the United Kingdom
    PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide (https://www.papyrus-uk.org/)
    Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org/

    Campaign Against Living Miserably(https://www.thecalmzone.net/) is a registered charity based in England.
    Mind (www.mind.org.uk)

    Algeria: 18 and 14 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Algeria.
    Suicide Hotline Algeria: 0021 3983 2000 58

    Argentina: 911 is the national emergency number in Argentina.
    Centro de Atencíon al Familiar del Suicida(http://www.familiardesuicida.com.ar/) (54-11) 4758-2554.
    SOS Un Amigo Anonimo(http://www.sosunamigoanonimo.com.ar/) is available seven days a week from 10 am to 7pm by calling 4783-8888.

    Armenia:112 and 911 are the national emergency numbers in Armenia.
    Trust Social Work and Sociological Research Centre: can be reached at (2) 538194 or (2) 538197

    Australia: 000 is the national emergency number in Australia.
    Lifeline (https://www.lifeline.org.au/).
    Kids Helpline (https://kidshelpline.com.au/) is a 24-hour nationwide service that provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and counselling services for Australians aged 5–25.
    Beyond Blue (https://www.beyondblue.org.au) provides nationwide information and support regarding anxiety, depression, and suicide.
    Headspace (https://www.headspace.org.au) is a confidential, free space for Australians to chat, e-mail or speak on the phone at 1800 650 890

    Austria: 112 is the national emergency number in Austria.
    Rat auf Draht (http://www.rataufdraht.at) for children, teenagers, and their relatives.
    TelefonSeelsorge http://www.telefonseelsorge.at

    The Bahamas: 911 is the national emergency number in The Bahamas.
    National Suicide Hotline: 322-2763

    Bangladesh: 999 is the national emergency number in Bangladesh.
    199 is the national number for ambulance and fire.
    Kaan Pete Roi http://shuni.org/

    Barbados: 911 is the national emergency number in Barbados.
    Samaritans of Barbados: (246) 4299999

    Belgium:112 is the national emergency number in Belgium.
    1813 is the local number of the suicide prevention hotline in Belgium. On their website (https://www.zelfmoord1813.be/) you can talk, e-mail or chat with a trained volunteer.
    Awel (https://www.awel.be) for children and young people.
    Tele-Onthaal (https://www.tele-onthaal.be) is open 24/7. Call 106 or chat on their website

    Bolivia: 911 is the national emergency number in Bolivia.Teléfono de la Esperanza(http://www.telefonodelaesperanza.org/)
    Bolivians living in Cochabamba and La Paz can call (00 591 4) 4 25 42 42 and 75288084.

    Botswana: 911 is the national emergency number in Botswana.
    3911270 is the national lifeline.

    Brazil: 190 and 191 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Brazil
    Centro de Valorização da Vida (http://www.cvv.org.br/)

    Bulgaria: 112 is the national emergency number in Bulgaria.
    Sophia Hotline - 0035 9249 17 223

    Canada: 911 is the national emergency number in Canada.
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
    Kids help phone http://org.kidshelpphone.ca/
    The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) http://suicideprevention.ca/
    The Native Youth Crisis Hotline (www.women-of-nations.org) is a nationwide suicide prevention call line that serves Native American and Alaskan native youth in the United States and Aboriginal youth in Canada. The crisis line is maintained by the Native American advocacy group, Women of Nations.
    Suicide Action Montréal (http://suicideactionmontreal.org/) All communication is confidential, available 24/7 and free of charge. They offer support in French and English. Their number is 1-866-APPELLE. This line is also available to anyone in Quebec.
    Amelia Rising Sexual Assault Centre of Nipissing(http://www.ameliarising.ca/) Amelia Rising provides support groups, one on one counselling and a 24-hour crisis line for both women and men in crisis. They operate in both English and French and they accept collect calls.
    Trans Lifeline (http://www.translifeline.org/) is a toll-free crisis hotline available in the United States and in Canada for transgender people staffed by transgender people
    Youthspace.ca (http://youthspace.ca/) is an emotional and crisis support line for youth 30 and under across Canada via IM on the website or through text (778-783-0177).

    China: 110 and 120 are the national numbers for police and ambulances in China.
    Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center Hotline(http://www.crisis.org.cn) is available 24/7 and can be reached at 800-810-1117 or 010-82951332.
    Lifeline Shanghai (http://www.lifeline-shanghai.com) (English speaking) Open from 10am to 10pm (021) 6279 8990. They also offer a live chat service.
    Shanghai Mental Health Center (http://www.smhc.org.cn) can be reached at 021-64387250.

    Croatia: 112 is the national emergency number in Croatia.
    Plavi Telefon (http://www.plavi-telefon.hr) can be called at 48 33 888

    Cyprus:
    112 and 199 are the national emergency numbers in Cyprus.
    Cyprus Samaritans (http://www.cyprussamaritans.org) is available every day from 4pm to 12am and is confidential. They can be reached at 8000 7773.

    Czech Republic: 112 is the national emergency number in the Czech Republic
    Modrá Linka (http://www.modralinka.cz) is available everyday from 9am to 9pm and can be reached on 549 241 010 or 608 902 410 (Vodafone), as well as through Skype or e-mail.
    Linka Bezpeči (https://www.linkabezpeci.cz/) is an anonymous, free, and open 24/7 for youth under the age of 26. Their number is 116 111.
    Pražská Linka Důvěry (http://www.csspraha.cz/24830-prazska-linka-duvery) is an anonymous service available 24 hours a day by calling 222 580 697.

    Denmark: 112 is the national emergency number in Denmark.
    Livslinien (https://www.livslinien.dk/)

    Estonia: 112 is the national emergency number in Estonia.
    Eluliin (http://www.eluliin.ee/) is available from 7pm to 7am at 655 8088 in Estonian and 655 5688 in Russian.

    Finland: 112 is the national emergency number in Finland.
    Finnish Association for Mental Health can be reached at 010 195 202 (Finnish) or (09) 4135 0501 (foreigners).

    France:15 is the national emergency number in France.
    Fil santé jeunes : 0800 235 236 : anonymous and toll-free number for young people.Suicide écoute : 01 45 39 40 00 (24-hour) : suicide prevention helpline (volunteers).
    SOS Suicide Phénix: 01 40 44 46 45 (schedule) : suicide prevention through listening and hospitality (volunteers).
    Sos amitié : distress listening on multimedia platform : phone, email, chat (volunteers).
    La Croix Rouge Ecoute : 0 800 858 858 : psychological support online, anonymous and free (volunteers)

    Germany:112 is the national emergency number in Germany.
    Telefonseelsorge (http://www.telefonseelsorge.de/) (24/7, no cost): 0800 111 0 111 (Protestant), 0800 111 0 222 (Catholic), 0800 111 0 333 (for children and youth)

    Ghana:999 is the national emergency number in Ghana.
    National Lifeline: 2332 444 71279

    Guyana:999 is the national emergency number in Guyana
    Inter-agency Suicide Prevention Help Line (http://guyanapoliceforce.gy/…/launch...ncy-sui…)

    Hong Kong:999 is the national emergency number in Hong Kong.
    The Samaritans (https://samaritans.org.hk) is available 24/7 by calling 2896 0000.
    Suicide Prevention Services (http://www.sps.org.hk) provides 24/7 service by calling 2382 0000.
    They also offer services for the elderly at 2382 0881.

    Hungary:112 is the national emergency number for Hungary.
    Blue line (http://www.sos116-123.hu/index.php/segelykeres) -116-123
    Help line: (http://www.kek-vonal.hu/index.php/hu/lelkisegely-vonal) - 116-111

    India: 112 is the national emergency number for India.
    Samaritans Mumbai: (samaritansmumbai.com) - 02264643267, 02265653267, 02265653247 - 3 pm to 9 pm, all days.samaritans.helpline@gmail.com.
    AASRA (http://www.aasra.info/): 91-22-27546669 is a 24-hour nationwide voluntary, professional and confidential services.
    Sneha India (http://www.snehaindia.org) is available 24/7 on the phone by calling 91 44 24640050

    Iran: 110 and 115 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Iran.Iran Organization of Well Being http://moshaver.behzisti.ir/page.aspx?id=1480

    Ireland: 112 and 999 are the national emergency numbers in Ireland.Samaritans (http://www.samaritans.org/)

    Israel: 100 and 101 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Israel.
    Eran.org.il Suicide line (https://web.archive.org/…/2011090916...//eran.org.il/) operates 24/7 including holidays and can be reached from all regions of Israel by calling 1201 or 972-9 8891333 from abroad. SMS service is given as well during Sunday - Friday between 14:00-18:00 at 076-88444-00.

    Italy: 112 is the national emergency number for Italy.
    Servizio per la Prevenzione del Suicidio (SPS)(http://www.prevenireilsuicidio.it/
    Samaritans - ONLUS (http://www.samaritansonlus.org) is available every day from 1pm to 10pm by calling 800 86 00 22 or 06 77208977.
    Telefono Amico (http://www.telefonoamico.it) provides services everyday from 10am to 12am by calling 199284284

    Japan: 110 and 119 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Japan.
    TELL (http://telljp.com/lifeline/) provides a free, confidential English-language Lifeline service, plus clinical mental health services, for the international community in Japan
    Befrienders Worldwide Osaka Suicide Prevent Center (http://www.spc-osaka.org)

    Korea: 112 and 119 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in South Korea.
    Suicide.org (suicide.org) has a list of South Korean suicide hotlines.
    Other sources (eatyourkimchi.coml) are available for Koreans and English speakers living in Korea.

    Latvia: 113 is the national emergency number in Latvia.Skalbes.lv (http://www.skalbes.lv/) You can call them on +371 67222922 or +371 27722292 the lines are working 24h on all week days.

    Luxembourg:112 is the national emergency number in Luxembourg.
    454545.lu (https://454545.lu/) You can call them on +352 45 45 45

    Malaysia:999 is the national emergency number in Malaysia.
    LifeLine Malaysia (http://lifeline.org.my/cn/) provides free counseling by calling 603-4265 7995. They are available from 7pm to 10pm Monday through Friday, and from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday.
    Befrienders (http://www.befrienders.org.my/index.html) offers total confidelity and is available 24/7 by calling 03-79568144 or 03-79568145.

    Mauritius:112 and 114 are the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Mauritius.
    Befrienders Mauritius(http://www.befrienders.org/directory?country=MU)- Can be reached at (230) 800 93 93 and (230) 46 48 889

    Mexico: 911 911 is the national emergency service in Mexico available 24/7
    SAPTEL http://www.saptel.org.mx/index.html

    Netherlands:
    112 is the national emergency number in the Netherlands.

    113 Suicide Prevention (https://www.113.nl/)

    Chris Foundation (http://www.chris.nl/)

    New Zealand: 111 is the national emergency number in New Zealand.

    Lifeline Aotearoa (http://www.lifeline.org.nz) Call 09 5222 999 if you live within Auckland or 0800 543 354 for those outside of Auckland.

    Youthgroup (https://www.youthline.co.nz) Call 0800 376 633 or text 234.

    The Lowdown (https://thelowdown.co.nz) e-mail or text 5626.

    Norway: 112 and 113 is the national emergency numbers for police and ambulances in Norway
    116 123 is the number for Mental Helse (Mental Health)
    22 40 00 40 is the number for Kirkens SOS (The Church SOS)

    Philippines: 911 is the national emergency number in the Philippines.
    The Natasha Goulbourn Foundation (http://www.ngf-hope.org/contact-us/)
    (02) 804-HOPE (4673) or 0917 558 HOPE (4673)

    Manila Lifeline Centre: (02) 8969191

    Poland: 112 is the national emergency number in Poland.

    Olsztynski Telefon Zaufania 'Anonimowy Przyjaciel(http://telefonzaufania.org/) provides 24/7 assistance as it's the only unit of this type in Poland. They can be reached by calling 89 19288 or 89 527 00 00.

    Portugal: 112 is the national emergency number in Portugal.

    Voz de Apoio (http://www.vozdeapoio.pt) 225 50 60 70

    Sos Voz Amiga (http://www.sosvozamiga.org) is available daily from 4pm to 12am by calling 213 544 545, 912 802 669, or 963 524 660. Free Green Line callers can call 800 209 899 from 9pm to 12am.

    Sos Estudante (http://sosestudante.pt) & confidential support every day from 8pm to 1am by calling 915 246 060, 969 554 545, 239 484 020

    Romania: 112 is the national emergency number in Romania.

    Alianţa Română de Prevenţie a Suicidului(http://www.antisuicid.com/)

    Russia: 112 is the national emergency number in Russia.

    Samaritans (Cherepovets): 007 (8202) 577-577

    South Africa: 10111 and 10177 are the national emergency numbers for the police and ambulances in South Africa.

    LifeLine Pietermaritzburg(https://www.facebook.com/LifeLinePietermaritzburg)

    Lifeline (http://lifelinesa.co.za) 0861 322 322.

    Singapore: 999 and 995 are the national emergency numbers for the police and ambulances in Singapore.

    The Samaritans of Singapore (https://sos.org.sg/)

    The Institute of Mental Health (Singapore) also has a 24-hourMental Health Helpline (https://www.imh.com.sg/contact-us/)

    The Singapore Association of Mental Health(http://www.samhealth.org.sg/)

    Sweden: 112 is the national emergency number in Sweden.

    Självmordslinjen (Suicide prevention hotline)(https://mind.se/sjalvmordslinjen/)

    Hjälplinjen (The help line) (https://www.1177.se/Stockholm/Om-1177/Om-Hjalplinjen/)

    Slovenia: 112 is the national emergency number in Slovenia.

    Zaupni telefon Samarijan in Sopotnik (http://www.telefon-samarijan.si/)

    Association of Friends of Youth of Slovenia (ZPMS). toll-free telephone number 116 111.

    Klic v duševni stiski (http://www.psih-klinika.si/koristne-...usevni-stiski/) 7-days a week 19:00 - 7:00. (01) 520-99-00.

    Ženska svetovalnica – krizni center (http://www.drustvo-zenska-svetovalnica.si/o-nas)

    Spain: SpainTeléfono de la Esperanza (http://www.telefonodelesperanza.com) is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, allowing callers to discuss a range of challenges from trauma and suicide to relationship issues.They can be reached by calling 717003717.

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