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Reach out to a free depression hotline in Kenya for confidential help

Depression can look different in different people, but it is generally experienced as a low mood that continues for at least two weeks. If you're depressed you may feel sad, hopeless, and unmotivated.

There are 1 depression hotlines in Kenya that you can contact for free help if you're experiencing the following symptoms:

  • You lost interest in things you used to enjoy and find important
  • Any task you undertake feels exhausting, and you are not as efficient as before
  • You feel sad and about to cry all the time
  • You lost your sexual appetite
  • You feel worthless and deserving of disgust
  • You could be contemplating suicide
  • You might be unable to sit still
  • Your mood has worsened in the recent weeks

We are all at risk of developing depression. Many people around the world have been where you are right now. The symptoms of depression can, however, make our lives miserable. Luckily, there is a way out of that dark place.

Reaching out for help when you're depressed is tough. You may feel like nobody will get you, that nobody cares about you, or that you're beyond help. But helpline conuselors and volunteers in Kenya have been trained to help people who are feeling depressed. They care about how you feel and they want to help.

If you're in Kenya and struggling with feelings of depression, sadness or hopelessness – or just feel alone in what you're going through – consider contacting a helpline for free, confidential help today.


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