Suicide Prevention

Dealing with self-harm or suicidal thoughts?
Suicide hotlines provide assistance to people in emotional distress. If you or a friend are at risk of self-harm or suicide, please contact a crisis hotline as soon as possible. We encourage you to seek help to receive the support you need.

If you or someone you know is in immediate physical danger, please contact your local law enforcement for help.



United States

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1.800.273. TALK (8255)

The Trevor Project – for LGBT youth, friends and family members


Crisis Text Line

SMS: Text “CONNECT” to 741741

United Kingdom


Kids Help Phone – for youth under 20


For people over 20, find a crisis center that serves your area:

Report Safety Concerns

In order to report a safety concern please email us at

Reporting harassment or bullying on HearMeOut
If an account, audio post, or comment is used to bully or harass another person, please emails us at
After reporting the abuse, we recommend that you block the person. When reporting an inappropriate comment or post, the report is anonymous and your information is not shared with the person who posted it. If someone leaves an inappropriate comment on your post, you can delete it.