Support Services

If you feel that you, or someone close to you is struggling, it’s important to take action and reach out for support, especially if you’ve been feeling this way for some time.

There’s no shame in acknowledging your feelings or concern, and opening up and sharing how you feel.

If you feel like your life situation is becoming unmanageable, it’s important to speak to someone you trust, reach out to a Doctor of therapist if you have one, or reach out to the free confidential support services listed below.

Ask someone you trust at work if your workplace provides an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) program. These are available for mental health, financial assistance or relationship advice and support.

The earlier you reach out the easier it is to recover. Also, there are more options available than you might expect.

Make an appointment with your family doctor or GP. 

 If your life is in danger, in Switzerland, call 112 immediately.

Helping Hand

24/7 anonymous and confidential Support & Counselling Services in Switzerland. Calls cost 20Rp each. 

Phone CH: 143 (DE/FR/IT)

www.143.ch 

Pro Mente Sana Counselling

Emotional help, counselling and legal advice for people suffering mental ill-health and substance use issues.

Phone CH: 0848 800 858 (DE/FR/IT)

www.promentesana.ch

Samaritans

UK-based suicide prevention service with information regarding the statistics and impact of suicide.

Phone UK: 116 123

 

www.samaritans.org

Beyond Blue

Australian website with excellent resources, guides and treatment options for anxiety and depression.

Phone AU: 1800 737 732

www.beyondblue.org

Headspace

Support Services for Young People (good resources)

1800 650 890

www.headspace.org.au

Mindspot

Online assessment and treatment for Anxiety and Depression

1800 61 44 34

www.mindspot.org.au