Talk To Someone Now
If you are emotionally stressed and in need of emotional support, or are worried about a friend of loved one, or you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please call the Lagos Lifeline today.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I CALL THE LIFELINE?
First, you'll hear a welcome message telling you that you've reached the Lagos Lifeline
A soft guided meditation will play while we try to connect you
A skilled, trained intake counselor who works at the Lifeline will answer the phone.
The person will listen to you, understand what problems are affecting you, assess your immediate needs, provide support and share any resources that may be helpful.
Remember, your call is confidential.
SHOULD I CALL THE LAGOS LIFELINE?
The Lagos Lifeline provides a range of supportive services such as emotional support, psychosocial support, referrals, assessments, psychoeducation, counselling. So if you need any of these, you should call the Lagos Lifeline to speak with.
Talking with someone about your thoughts and feelings can save your life.
WHAT DO PEOPLE TALK ABOUT?
There are a variety of issues which people talk to us about. They include stress, grief and bereavement, relationship issues, anxiety, substance use, depression, panic attack, family discord, to mention a few.