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YourMentalHealth information line

The YourMentalHealth information line is a phone service you can call any time.

A member of our team can tell you about:

  • the mental health supports and services available to you
  • how to access different services provided by the HSE and our funded partners
  • opening hours

Freephone: 1800 111 888

The YourMentalHealth information line is not a counselling service.

Other phone supports

If you want to speak to someone about how you are feeling now you can call:

Samaritans

They provide a listening service to anyone who needs it, no matter what you are going through.

Freephone: 116 123

Pieta House

They provide support for people who are suicidal and people who self-harm.

Freephone: 1800 247 247

Face-to-face support

For face-to-face support contact your GP.

You can also search this list of mental health supports and services near you.

Urgent help

Call 999 or 112 and ask for the ambulance service if you or someone you know needs emergency help.

Related topic

Urgent help for a mental health crisis

page last reviewed: 07/10/2019
next review due: 07/10/2022

Do you need to talk to someone right now?

Free call Samaritans 116 123