Rotherham cares about suicide prevention

Get help and support

Samaritans are available 24 hours a day. They provide confidential emotional support for people in distress, despair or having suicidal thoughts.

Call Samaritans free on 116 123

The Rotherham Crisis team also offer 24 hour support.

Call Rotherham Crisis Team on 01709 302670

You can also contact your local GP. They will be familiar with your medical history and will be able to direct you to suitable services.

Spot the signs

Prevent suicide

Rotherham Council has produced step-by-step guidance if you have concerns about someone.

See what you can do to help with mental health problems, and how to get in touch with support organisations.

Care about suicide information

Struggling to cope?

Lacking energy? Feeling tearful? Not wanting to do things you enjoy?

These can all be signs that you're struggling to cope. If this sounds like you or someone you know, the Samaritans can help.

Visit the Samaritans website

Worried about someone?

Friends and family are often the first to notice if someone is struggling to cope or feeling suicidal.

The Samaritans have guidance on things to look out for and can help if you are worried about someone close to you.

Visit the Samaritans website

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