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CALM Guides

These CALM Guides cover a lot of issues that can leave you feeling down or like you’ve hit a wall. We're not here to tell you what to do, just give you some friendly, practical info that can help you understand these challenges and how to find help and move forward.

Common issues

Anxiety

Anxiety

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Suicidal thoughts

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Relationship Breakdown

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Alcohol & Drugs

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Abuse

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Alcohol & Drugs

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Anger

Anxiety

Anxiety

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Bipolar Disorder

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Bullying

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Dealing with grief

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Depression

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Eating Disorders

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Erectile Dysfunction

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Exam stress

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Financial stress

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Gambling

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Hairloss

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Hearing Voices

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Homelessness

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Loneliness and social isolation

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Masturbation

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CALM's Guide To Mental health

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OCD

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PTSD

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Racism

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Relationship Breakdown

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Relationship Breakdown

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Self-harm

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Sexuality

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Suicidal thoughts

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Terminal illness

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Work issues

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Worried About Someone?

CALM is here for you


Support FAQs

If you’re in need of support, our helpline and webchat is open to all and can be accessed 5pm to midnight every day, 365 days a year.

It can be difficult to know what to do if you’re worried that someone close to you is at risk of suicide. Our helpline is there for everyone, not only those in crisis, so you can call to find out more information on how you can help. You can also find support information on our worried about someone page, and our help section has information on particular issues.

Anybody can use our services. The helpline and webchat is open to all and can be accessed 5pm – Midnight every day, 365 days a year.