Help_FotorYou have suicidal feelings …

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 and 24. Below is a link to a guidebook that will enable you to better understand suicide and depression, how to recognise the warning signs within yourself or your peers, and what you can do to intervene.

You are Facing Domestic Violence …

Safety Alert: Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you’re afraid your internet/computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, or call our hotline. Read the US HotLine Safety Policy.

If you are in immediate danger please call (UK 999) / (US 911)

You are grieving … 

Grief beyond belief is faith-free support for non-religious people grieving the death of a loved one.

You are a cleric who no longer believes …

The Clergy Project is a confidential online community for active and former clergy who do not hold supernatural beliefs.

You want to meet other like-minded skeptics and non-believers …

Skeptics in the Pub is an informal social event designed to promote fellowship and social networking among skeptics, critical-thinkers, and other like-minded individuals.

You might also like to consider a Humanist meetup.

If you have left religion, but are still struggling with the after-effects in some way or another …

Recovering From Religion (RR) may be just the right spot for you

You are a Christian who no longer believes and you need help from ex-Christians who have had the same experience …

Ex-Christian .net can help.

You are a Muslim who no longer believes and you need help from ex-Muslims who have had the same experience …

The Council Of Ex Muslims can help.

You are a Mormon who no longer believes and you need help from ex-Mormons who have had the same experience …

Recovery From Mormonism can help.

 

PLEASE HELP IMPROVE THIS LIST: If you have a suggestion for additional resources that I could add to the above list, or feel that one of the suggestions above can be replaced by a better alternative, please do drop me an email, or a comment below.

Also, please do feel free to grab the entire content or just portions of this page and modify or just reuse it in whatever context you feel is appropriate, and do not feel obliged to attribute anything back to me – if you have a blog, perhaps you can offer people a similar list. The goal is to give people a quick easily accessible list of resources to provide help.