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If you or someone you know in the farming community is struggling, it's crucial to reach out for support. This page provides emergency contacts and helpline numbers that you can call or text if you're worried about depression or suicidal thoughts. It also lists useful websites that offer assistance, focusing on health services, wellbeing programmes, and mental health support tailored to rural needs. Reach out to these resources if you need help, and don't hesitate to encourage others to speak to a health practitioner or seek professional assistance if you're concerned about their mental well-being.
If you or someone you know is struggling, reach out for help today. There’s a huge amount of support on hand.
If you're worried someone may already be depressed, encourage them to speak to their health practitioner, and encourage them to talk to someone about it.
These numbers are good:
If you are worried someone is suicidal, get professional help. Do everything you can to get the help they need, and call a crisis line for advice. Encourage the person to see a mental health professional, help locate a treatment facility, or take them to a doctor’s appointment.
These are the numbers to call: