Samaritans Thailand provides free and confidential support and information over phone. We exist to help everyone in Thailand...
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ศูนย์ช่วยเหลือสังคม สายด่วน 1300 (Social Help Center Hotline 1300) offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information...
Depression is one of the most common mental health problems, affecting about 13% of people worldwide. Depression can affect people differently, but common feelings associated with depression include sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, and guilt.
In Thailand, there are 3 free hotlines that support people experiencing the symptoms of depression. If you notice these signs of depression, consider reaching out:
Even though depression symptoms may feel overwhelming, they are not uncommon. It is normal to find yourself depressed at some point. With the right help, you can deal with feelings of sadness and hopelessness.
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 Thailand have been trained to help people who are feeling depressed. They care about how you feel and they want to help.
For free and confidential support with depression, sadness and feeling hopeless, consider contacting a hotline in Thailand today.
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