If you or someone you know is in danger of suicide, please seek help immediately. You should:

  • Call 999;
  • Call Lifeline on 0808 808 8000;
  • Use your local emergency department.

Don’t try to manage your or someone else’s suicidal thoughts on your own. Remember, thoughts about suicide are just that – thoughts. They won’t last forever and often they pass quickly. Many people who have had serious thoughts about suicide have said that they feel completely different only hours later.
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Lifeline promotional message translated into 20 languages

To help raise awareness of Lifeline, the Lifeline promotional message has recently been translated into voice notes, covering 20 different languages.

Lifeline provides the right support at the right time, anytime. Lifeline counsellors are experienced in working with trauma, suicide, self-harm, abuse, depression and anxiety.

For immediate help call 0808 808 8000

This new resource provides more accessibility to Lifeline for those who do not have English as their first language or who are not proficient in English.

Through interpreters, Lifeline counsellors can remove the language barrier ensuring the right support at the right time for everyone. All calls to Lifeline are free and counsellors are available 24/7.

The Lifeline promotional message has been translated into the following languages.

Polish

Arabic

Lithuanian

Romanian

Bulgarian

Tetum

Portuguese

Slovak

Russian

Mandarin

Hungarian

Cantonese

Latvian

Somali

Bengali

Farsi

Czech

Turkish

Urdu

The Lifeline promotional message was translated by Diversity NI; https://www.diversityni.co.uk/ through the Public Health Agency’s contract with Newry Mourne Down District Council Health Inequality Division.