At Samaritans, we’re committed to helping those who are struggling, however we can.
Samaritans is a critical service, needed now more than ever. In light of latest government advice, our volunteers are working really, really hard to support the people who need us most wherever possible. Our volunteers’ safety is of upmost importance and we will continue to monitor the situation. All our branches are applying strict guidelines with regard to hygiene standards and social distancing.
While we’ve taken the difficult decision to stop offering face to face support in our branches, and training sessions for new volunteers, and it may take us longer to answer the phone or answer emails, we’re still here.
What to do if you’re not feeling okay.
You can get in touch about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels.
Call us now for free on 116 123
We’re here to listen, no judgement, no pressure, and help you work through what’s on your mind. We’ll never tell you what to do.
If you need advice or specialist support for a specific issue, such as a bereavement or domestic abuse, we’ve put together a list of specialist organisations, including their contact details, which you may find helpful.