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If you need to talk to someone, we encourage you to identify a telephone helpline that you can contact for confidential, non-judgemental support.
If you, or someone you know, is at imminent risk of suicide or self-harm, you should make contact immediately with one of the following:
Most helplines will provide a listening service, give information and advice, provide emotional support and point you in the direction of other services. They are often free-phone services which are staffed by trained volunteers or employees.