DBT Self Help - International Mental Health Resources
Mental health organizations aren’t limited to the United States. We’ve compiled a short list of international resources. If you know of others, please contact us and we will add them to the list.

Crisis Hotline Lists

List of International Suicide Hotlines
Suicide.org provides a detailed list of international suicide hotlines to call during a crisis.
List of International Crisis Centers

The International Association for Suicide Prevention has a list of international crisis centers and hotlines.

Resources by Country

United Kingdom & the Republic of Ireland

Crisis Hotlines


New Zealand

Crisis Hotlines

  • 09 5222 999 (Auckland)
  • 0800 543 354 (Rest of NZ)
  • 111 (Emergency Services)


South Africa

Crisis Hotlines:


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