Samaritans Cheltenham and District, a charity registered in England (1170900). Samaritans Cheltenham and District is a recognised branch of Samaritans.

Welcome to Samaritans (Cheltenham and District Branch)

If something's troubling you, get in touch:

Telephone our branch:

01242 515 777

National telephone:

116 123 (this number is free to call)

Visit our branch:

Samaritans Cheltenham Victoria House Back Albert Place Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL52 2HN

Usual hours open to receive callers at the door:

8:00am - 10:00pm

Facilities for visitors with disabilities:

Sloped access (via door at the top of the drive, furthest from the street) and adapted toilet.

* Calls will cost 2p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge.

Samaritans Cheltenham and District, a charity registered in England (1170900). Samaritans Cheltenham and District is a recognised branch of Samaritans.

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Cheltenham Samaritans have offered emotional support to people for over 50 years. You don’t have to be suicidal to contact us. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you are going through, if you are finding things tough please get in touch with us and we will always listen. There’s no typical problem that people talk to us about and it's all in confidence. 

 

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Samaritans (Cheltenham and District Branch) news

  • World Suicide Prevention Day 2016

    #WSPD2016
    10th September 2016
    Suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. This World Suicide Prevention Day we are spreading awareness by sharing your photos with a poster and a hashtags: #GlosCares #WSPD2016
  • Street collection, Cheltenham

    17th July 2016
    We rely just about completely on the generosity and support of the public to keep our service available 24/7
  • Volunteers Attend 3 Regions Conference

    Samaritans - Cheltenham
    11th July 2016
    Nine volunteers from Cheltenham and District Samaritans attended the regional conference at Bath University in July 2016. During the weekend they heard from speakers such as Jenni McCartney (chair of Samaritans), Louise Israel (ChildLine), Dick Moore, as well as hearing from ex-offenders about their life behind the bars.