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Samaritans (National/Worcester)

Helpline providing non-judgmental, confidential support and listening. They provide everyone a safe place to talk, whoever they are, however they feel. You don't have to be suicidal to be supported.

You can call, email, text, write or talk to someone face to face

Samaritans offer full training and support to those who would like to volunteer

10 Sansome Place, Worcester, WR1 1UA
01905 21121(charges may apply) or 116 123 (free) 24 hours a day
Opening times:
Doors open 9:00am - 9.30pm Monday - Saturday 9.00am - 2.30 Sunday

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