Sedronar is the governmental organism, which coordinates national policies regarding drugs and alcohol addictions, working both in the prevention and treatment areas. It also gives direct support to citizens via phone (141), chat or email.
Sometimes you have to gather all your courage for a conversation. Or you wonder if such a conversation is safe. To make it as easy as possible for you to talk, we keep the threshold as low as possible.
Belgium: Wat Wat
WHAT WHAT strives for a society where young people think critically, make informed choices and get a voice. A society where all young people are strongly in their shoes and develop their identity in a positive way, regardless of social or cultural background.
Feminist non-profit organization composed of professional women who work voluntarily in multidisciplinary assistance to women in situations of domestic, family and gender violence. The Organization has volunteers in all regions of the country, including lawyers, social workers, psychologists, educators and doctors who guide, advise and accompany women in social vulnerability.
Croatia: Služba za mentalno zdravlje i prevenciju ovisnosti (Institute for Mental Health and Addiction Prevention)
A public institution. Mental health protection includes measures and activities in several key areas of action: promotion of mental health, prevention, early recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of behavioral disorders and mental disorders.
Croatia: Plavi Telefon (Blue phone)
A help line for adults and children unable or unwilling to seek help in traditional counseling centers. They are an alternative to self-destructive lifestyle, unhappy families, and life in the streets.
Protection of human rights with an emphasis on women’s human rights; Combating sexual violence: direct work with persons who survived sexual violence, development of public policy and effective practices for work with victims, development of prevention mechanisms and programs
Addiction is not a disease. It is the symptom behind which there is a particular combination of causes for each person, mainly psychological and social. KETHEA's therapeutic approach is psychosocial, aims at the roots of the problem, fully supports the person and actively involves him in the process of his personal change. Different types of programs meet the needs of different groups, offering everyone the type of support they need when they need it. Free, no discrimination, no waiting lists, with respect to confidentiality. Helpline: 1145
Greece: Sexual Abuse Support
The SOS 15900 Line is a national security service that enables women victims of violence or third parties to communicate directly for psychosocial support, legal and labour counseling, emergency shelter and, where necessary, legal aid in cooperation with local Bar Associations. The line is staffed by psychologists and sociologists who provide immediate assistance in emergencies and emergencies on a 24-hour basis, 365 Hours per year. At the same time, it is possible for women to communicate electronically through the e-mail address: email@example.com.
Indonesia: Lentera Sintas Indonesia
A non-profit organization that provides support groups for survivors of sexual abuse in Jakarta. The organization also creates awareness about sexual abuse issues through education activities and campaigns.
Malaysia: Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)
Malaysia's largest service provider for domestic violence survivors in Malaysia. The NGO provides free and confidential services to victims of domestic violence, rape, and other forms of violence. Their services are guided by the belief that every woman has the right to live free from violence, and the right to make decisions over her life.
Malaysia: Pengasih Malaysia
Persatuan PENGASIH Malaysia was founded in the year 1991 as a non-profit, community-based organization that dedicates its cause in providing social services. For the past 30 years, the NGO has been active in local and international fronts on Addiction Disorder Treatment, Rehabilitation & Prevention Of various Addictive behaviors. PENGASIH has assisted thousands of people with substance use disorder in their recovery process.
Netherlands: Emergency call 111
The Women's Rights Center Foundation provides telephone and e-mail support for women in difficult life situations. Telephone conversations with aggrieved women relate to various problems. Sometimes they are very serious and require immediate intervention. Other times they are seemingly trivial, but they always involve the need to contact a friendly person who will listen and advise.
Poland: Blue Line (Niebieska Linia)
The Polish Nationwide Emergency Service for Victims of Domestic Violence "Blue Line". By calling the hotline number (800 120 002) you can get psychological support, counseling, information on how to get help close to place of residence.
They deal with all types of violence - mental, physical, economic and sexual - in the family and beyond. Every woman can come and get help: older, younger, lesbian, heterosexual, transgender.
ALIAT is a non-profit organization, established in 1993 by mental health professionals. Currently ALIAT is the leading NGO in the addiction field (alcohol and other drugs) in Romania
Contact: ALCOLINE 021/9335
Singapore: National Council Against Drug Abuse (NCADA)
NCADA organises and coordinates anti-drug activities as well as assists other organisations, institutions, bodies and persons who are interested in tackling the drug problem.
Singapore: Sexual Assault Care Centre
The Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) at AWARE provides free services to those who have experienced sexual assault, helping them deal with their experiences and make decisions about their next steps. Telephone: 6779 0282
Kvinnofridslinjen is Sweden’s national helpline for women who have been subjected to threats and physical, psychological and sexual violence. Relatives and friends are also welcome to call us. The line is open around the clock and your call is free of charge. Your call will not show on the telephone bill.
Telephone: 020 505050
CAN is a national center of excellence with research, research and knowledge-enhancing efforts on alcohol, drugs, doping, tobacco and gambling.
Flying Life Holistic Care Association was founded in 2003 by Samuel Liu and Grace Lin. At the beginning of the establishment, the family opened a male-friends to live in their home. These assisted friends had entered and went out of jail for various criminal cases, and most of them had a relationship with drugs, so they started drug rehabilitation work. In the past 15 years, it has served a total of 1,200 addicts members to consult, and has accommodated 450 males and assisted them in bringing them back to the society. The association has been well received by the government and has good reputation in Taiwan. Continue to work hard now. Since 2013, the association has further expanded the anti-drug education work fields, and conducted AGP anti-drug films education courses for young people under the age of 18. By the end of June 2018, nearly 90,000 students have benefited and work is still in progress in campus.
United Kingdom: Papyrus
Papyrus is the national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. Support through a helpline, engage communities and volunteers in suicide prevention projects an deliver training to individuals and groups.
United Kingdom: Rethink
Rethink works to improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through their network of local groups and services, expert information and successful campaigning. Their goal is to make sure everyone affected by severe mental illness has a good quality of life.
United Kingdom: Together
Together offers a wide variety of support to help people deal with the personal and practical impacts of mental health issues. The services range from one-to-one support, to supported accommodation and making sure people understand and are able to express their needs in their dealings with official bodies.
United Kingdom: Switchboard
Switchboard is a safe space for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional wellbeing. If you identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, you can call Switchboard on 0300 330 0630 (10am–10pm every day), email firstname.lastname@example.org or use their webchat service. Phone operators all identify as LGBT+.