What to do if you think someone isn't OK
If you think it's an emergency
What to do if you think someone is in immediate danger.
How to support someone you're worried about
What to do if you think someone you know isn't OK.
Supporting someone with suicidal thoughts
What to do if you think someone is considering taking their own life.
How can I support someone who has self-harmed?
It can be hard to know what to say when someone you care for is hurting themselves.
Myths about suicide
Understanding the facts can help you to help someone struggling to cope.
If you're worried about someone else during the coronavirus pandemic
Reaching out to someone can make a big difference if they’re going through a tough time.
Little tips for helping someone open up when something’s up
You don’t have to be an expert to help someone open up when something’s up. The fact that you care is what matters.
How to recognise and support someone who may be lonely
If you think someone might be lonely, there are things you can do to help ease some of those feelings.
Myths about loneliness
By challenging common myths about loneliness, we can help tackle the stigma that’s often attached to it.