Who we are, how we started and what we do.
Find out who we are, what we do, how we're structured.
70 years of being there for anyone who needs someone.
Our research and policy work drives change that helps save more lives.
Find out what it's like to work at Samaritans and take a look at our current job vacancies
Samaritans' Media Guidelines help journalists report suicide and self-harm safely and responsibly.
We're proud to have passionate well-known people supporting our cause and maximising our awareness and fundraising potential.
To genuinely address the causes of suicide and self-harm, we must take more practical action to challenge discrimination and injustice, working hand in hand with people affected by both.
At Samaritans, we know the importance of listening, so we’re creating more opportunities for people with personal experience of using our services, and of suicide and self-harm, including those bereaved, to share their views and experiences with us.
Hear from people who have been helped by Samaritans