Phone CALM on their freephone caller support helpline number 0800 58 58 58 if you wish to contact a trained advisor for free and confidential guidance regarding a mental health issue. Alternatively, you can contact the mental health charity for bereavement support if a loved one has taken their own life.


How CALM Helps

CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) is a charity that aims to prevent male suicide by offering support to men in the UK via a helpline and by lobbying government on relevant policy. The charity also runs a successful web chat to assist men who would like confidential support without having to speak to a trained advisor over the phone. Moreover, CALM also publishes a free quarterly mental health awareness magazine, aptly named CALMzine which is available in Topman stores throughout the country.


CALM Helpline Number 0800 58 58 58

You should call CALM on their freephone support helpline number 0800 58 58 58 regardless of your mental health concern. A trained charity advisor will be there to listen to your concern, before working towards creating an action plan for the caller. For instance, the confidential call signpost callers to local and national mental health services, where individuals can receive both counselling and medical support. As all calls to the CALM helpline are entirely anonymous, you will never be obligated to leave your name and address when reporting your mental health issue. Similarly, you can use this number to signpost an individual who you believe is at risk of taking their own life so that the charity can assist with the appropriate intervention measures. As CALM is a founding member of the Suicide Bereavement Support Partnership, anyone who is bereaved or affected by suicide will be able to contact the above number for the appropriate support.


When to Call the Helpline

CALM uses a 0800 freephone number meaning that callers will be able to contact a charity representative completely free of charge from both UK mobile and landline phones. Both the CALM telephone line and web chat service are available from 5pm-12am Monday-Sunday,


CALM Web Chat

The CALM website provides confidential and anonymous support over your browser. You can receive free information, assistance and signposting when visiting the online CALM Web Chat tool between 5pm and 12am Monday to Sunday.


Online Donations

If you would like to make a donation to support the mental health support work performed by CALM, then you can do so on their Online Donate Page, where you can stipulate the amount and how often you would like to give to the charity.