Get Help Now – Resources For Crisis & Immediate Help

Last Update on April 21, 2022 : Published on September 7, 2020
DON’T Feel Helpless!

As per some immensely grim statistics by the World Health Organization, one person takes his life in every 40 seconds across the globe. By any chance your mind is knitting such thoughts, we want to tell you that we are here for you and you do not need to burden yourself and seek some expert counseling to clear your thoughts off such dark things.

These suicide helplines help you fight anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders that are draining you with suicidal thoughts. Based in different cities of India, these suicide hotline numbers are ready to discuss things like emotional problems, mood swings, eating disorders, addiction, and many other issues that are difficult to be dealt alone. In case of your crisis, just dial the number straightaway.

suiside prevention helplines

Stay strong, stay positive!

Remember that you are not alone! Call on any of the suicide prevention helplines! In case you have other queries, do not refrain from dropping a message in the comments section below or Telegram us.

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About The Author

Akanksha Soni
Akanksha Soni

Akanksha is an active lifestyle blogger and writer at Calmsage. She has learnt various lessons on happiness and methods to fight depression through 'Gurus' as well as own experiences. An ardent practitioner of Yoga and meditation, she keeps traveling, writes and interacts with people to feel alive.


  1. christy Latham
    christy Latham

    One of the best information i get from this blog as nowadays suicide case increase day by day so this is helpful .

  2. Chris Smith
    Chris Smith

    Should we call cops or these organizations in case we want to report?

    1. Akanksha Soni
      Akanksha Soni

      You can call cops for immediate response to the report. Later call the number for further assistance.

  3. Swarnakshi Sharma
    Swarnakshi Sharma

    I wish I had known about these when I first attempted suicide. Thank you for sharing the helpline numbers. And I agree with you that we are not alone.

  4. Tara

    Thank you for this handy graphic. I guess we all should pin it.

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