i really need a crisis hotline please?

please someone help me

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Dont know what kind of crisis you are in so here are a bunch:

    cancer

    Cancer Information Service: 800-422-6237

    Look Good/Feel Better: 80033ABTEC a free public service program for women undergoing cancer experiencing appearance side effects

    child abuse

    ChildHelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline: 800-4-A-CHILD (422.4453) or 800.2.A.CHILD (222.4453, TDD for hearing impaired)

    Provides multilingual crisis intervention and professional counseling on child abuse. Gives referrals to local social service groups offering counseling on child abuse. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

    Department of social services for public to access information:

    800-345-KIDS: Provides information concerning children available for adoption and other children's programs

    800-342-3009: Access to general information regarding Department programs and HEAP Hotline

    800-732-5207: Day Care Complaint Line

    800-342-3720: Child Abuse Hotline

    National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-25-ABUSE

    crisis intervention/suicide

    Boys Town Suicide and Crisis Line: 800-448-3000 or 800-448-1833 (TDD)

    Provides short-term crisis intervention and counseling and referrals to local community resources. Counsels on parent-child conflicts, marital and family issues, suicide, pregnancy, runaway youth, physical and sexual abuse, and other issues. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

    Covenant House Hotline: 800-999-9999

    Crisis line for youth, teens, and families. Gives callers locally based referrals throughout the United States. Provides help for youth and parents regarding drugs, abuse, homelessness, runaway children, and message relays. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

    domestic violence

    National Domestic Violence/Child Abuse/ Sexual Abuse: 800-799-SAFE /800-799-7233/800-787-3224 TDD

    800-942-6908 Spanish Speaking

    24-hour-a-day hotline, Provides crisis intervention and referrals to local services and shelters for victims of partner or spousal abuse. English and Spanish speaking advocates are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Staffed by trained volunteers who are ready to connect people with emergency help in their own communities, including emergency services and shelters. The staff can also provide information and referrals for a variety of non-emergency services, including counseling for adults and children, and assistance in reporting abuse. They have an extensive database of domestic violence treatment providers in all US states and territories. Many staff members speak languages besides English, and they have 24-hour access to translators for approximately 150 languages. For the hearing impaired, there is a TDD number. This is a great resource for anyone--man, woman or child--who is experiencing or has experienced domestic violence or abuse, or who suspects that someone they know is being abused.

    Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-829-1122

    eating and associated disorders

    National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders (ANAD): 847-831-3438 (long distance)

    National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642 9AM-5PM Mon-Fri information on mental health topics and referrals, access to an info specialist

    elder abuse

    Elder Abuse Hotline: 800-252-8966

    Alzheimer's Association Hotline: 800-621-0379 8:30AM-4:00PM, Mon-Fri information and referral services, free brochures

    HIV/AIDS/sexually transmitted diseases

    The CDC (Center for Disease Control) National Prevention Information Network

    1-800-458-5231 9AM-6PM Mon-Fri includes info on new medicines, treatment trials, HIV & AIDS, with info specialists avail. to answer questions; also at www.CDCNAC.org (CDC National Aids Clearinghouse)

    National AIDS Hotline: 800-342-AIDS (2437)

    Information and referrals to local hotlines, testing centers, and counseling. Open 24

    hours, seven days a week.

    AIDS Hotline in Spanish: 800-344-SIDA (7432)

    Open 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, seven days a week.

    AIDS Hotline for the Hearing Impaired: 800-243-7889 (TDD)

    Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday

    National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline: 800-227-8922

    Information and referrals to free and low-cost public clinics. Operators can answer general questions on prevention, symptoms, transmission and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday.

    Sexually Transmitted Disease & AIDS/HIV Information Hotline: 800-332-2437, TTY - 800-332-3889 (Ohio)

    parents stress line

    Help for Parents: none listed here at present. see crisis intervention above

    poison control

    Poison Control Any Kind of Substance: 800-662-9886

    Poison Control: 800-362-9922

    rape

    Nationwide RAINN National Rape Crisis Hotline: 800-656-4673

    runaway/exploited children

    Missing Children Network: 800-235-3535

    Thursday's Child's National Youth Advocacy Hotline at

    1 (800) USA KIDS

    National Hotline for Missing and Exploited Children: 800-843-5678

  • 1 decade ago

    use 911 if you can't sift through all the numbers. Tell them what you're feeling and help is on the way.

    Give this help a chance...PLEASE.

    MC, why not leave the question alone if you don't feel like contributing. The 911 dispatcher's generally have a one-touch transfer to hospital which is where everyone goes, regardless of symptoms before getting secondary, more focused help.

    I believe in hotline numbers as they offer some help. But sometimes the help needed comes in the form of personal interaction--not verbal, over the phone "hi my name is John, how are you feeling?" type conversations.

    Source(s): Nurse
  • 1 decade ago

    Hi There F

    Im Irma and I discovered Yahoo answers like two months ago and its pretty fun,,,Im in the medical field and just finished an EMT course...emergency med tech

    soon to take my National Exam, so wish me luck...In my spare time i like to answer questions and i take everyone serious so this is why Im here to see what i can do to help...the pple who answered already gave you some pretty good information and numbers, but the reason Im here is because maybe you needed someone to talk to on a more personal level....Ive always had this big heart for humanity thats why i chose my career in Nursing etc....I wanted to work on the trauma side so thats why i took that course....My heart goes out to you because i can almost feel your agony......but dont worry its temporary im sure....

    Well here i am offering a helping hand...and an ear...and i may give you some good advice i also took psychology but dont have a degree ..Well buena suerte and keep in touch

    Your yahoo answers friend

    Irma gonzalez

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    An excellent online resource to "chat" real time with peers who may be experiencing the same feelings or issues as you are is http://www.ChatSuicide.org. ChatSuicide.org is an anonymous text-based chat that you can access from your phone or computer. Peer support is often recognized as more effective than some of the other support options, but should not in itself replace other forms of help either.

    Give it a try, it's anonymous - http://www.ChatSuicide.org

    Online chat and phone text is going to replace traditional telephone voice, as is the trend we see going forward, right?

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  • samas
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    that's what they are there for. call and seek advice from somebody. Even ask in case you may call him or her decrease back later to communicate some extra in case you start to sense badly back. your loved ones is erroneous to shun you for this. they do no longer even might desire to comprehend approximately it. You go forward and contact; it helps to have touch with human beings on line besides the undeniable fact that it additionally helps to communicate to somebody over the telephone; extraordinarily somebody qualified and sympathetic.

  • 1 decade ago

    1-800-suicide

    It routes you to a network of counselors. Its available 24 hours a day.

    Source(s): Used it myself.
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    do not phone 911.

    Crack open the phone book, or call the operator to be put through.

    Whats the point in this Q, we do not know where the hell you live, and it is quicker to type in Crisis Hotline, Boston (example) than it is to sign into Y!A and write this out

  • 1 decade ago

    google your city name and crisis hotline

    that should help you out

    also your phone book should have it in the first few pages

    if you can't find anything there and you are in danger, you can always call 911 if you are considering hurting yourself or others

  • 1 decade ago

    18009999999 here in san diego 211 from any phone

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