India Helplines*

DISTRESS/ SUICIDE PREVENTION HELPLINES*
(*Last Checked May 2024; updated on a rolling basis)

LOCATION ORGANISATION NUMBER HOURS OF OPERATION + NOTES
ALL-INDIA GOVT MH Rehabilitation HELPLINE ‘KIRAN’ 18005990019 24/7 | (Re-checking as of May 2024)
ALL-INDIA VANDREVALA FOUNDATION +919999666555
24 by 7
E:help@vandrevalafoundation.com if you don’t get through and expect a call-back
FORTIS HOSPITAL NATIONAL HELPLINE 91-8376804102 24 by 7 / Multilingual
BANGALORE SAHAI 080-25497777 (Re-checking as of May 2024)
CHENNAI SNEHA 044 2464 0050 help@snehaindia.org
DELHI SANJIVINI SOCIETY FOR MENTAL HEALTH 01140769002, 01141092787
01124311918, 01124318883, 01143001456
Daily: 10 AM to 4 PM
GANGTOK SIKKIM HELPLINE NUMBER 1800-3453225 / 03592-202111 24/7
HYDERABAD ONE LIFE 78930 78930 24/7
KOLKATA
DEFEAT DEPRESSION 9830027975
LIFELINE FOUNDATION
+91 9088030303 &
03340447437
10 AM to 10 PM all days/ Caters to pan-India calls
E: contact@lifelinefoundation.in
Site: www.lifelinefoundation.in
MUMBAI AASRA +91-9820466726
24/7; Languages: English, Hindi
SAMARITANS 84229 84528/  84229 84529 / 84229 84530 Daily 5 PM to 8 PM
E: talk2samaritans@gmail.com
You can call and speak anonymously and confidentially, or visit the centre for a personal meeting in Mumbai, with a prior appointment. Address:402, Jasmine, Opp Kala Kendra,
Dadasaheb Phalke Road, Dadar(E), Mumbai 400014
BMC-MPOWER 1800 120 820050 24/7 Helpline
Have fielded calls related to anxiety, depression, financial worries, COVID-19 
from across India

ALSO CHECK:

SUICIDE PREVENTION INDIA FOUNDATION LISTING

iCall: The Tata Institute of Social Sciences School of Human Ecology
022-25521111 (Mon-Sat: 8 am to 10 pm)
E: icall@tiss.edu

PSYCHO-SOCIAL FIRST AID COUNSELLING HELPLINE: Voice that Cares
8448-8448-45 (pan-India) 9 am – 9 pm | Hindi, English

STRESS RELATED HELPLINES

JEEVAN AASTHA HELPLINE 1800-233-330 sp-gnr@gujarat.govt.in
CONNECTING INDIA 9922001122
ROSHNI [Anxiety/ Depression/ Suicide Prevention Helplines] 8142020033 / 44 help@roshnihyd.org

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