Where can I find help?

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Who can you tell your story to and who can help you? There are several organisations that you can turn to for help. There are also telephone lines that you can call at any time of the day to tell your story.


Your own general practitioner

If you have serious complaints about depression or other psychological problems, contact your own doctor immediately. This can help you to get in touch with the right counsellor. For example, with a referral to mental health care (GGZ).

The 113 Suicide prevention Foundation (0900-0113)

113 is the online platform for suicide prevention. Do you need thoughts of suicide and immediate help? You can call or chat 24/7 via 0900-0113 or www.113.nl. You can also apply for online counselling by a psychologist. Directly, anonymously and free of charge.

Chris Foundation

Chris offers children and young people a listening ear, encouragement and advice via chat and e-coaching, among other things. Go to chris.nl and talk to an expert.


Thuisarts.nl is intended for people who are looking for information about health and diseases. You can use the information on this website to find out whether you should make an appointment at the doctor’s and how you can best prepare for the meeting.

Children’s telephone (0800-0432)

Especially for children from 8 to 18 years, the Children’s Phone is available. Calling that number is always free of charge. The number can be reached daily between 14:00 and 20:00, also on holidays and on public holidays. On workdays you can go there from 11:00. More info on the website of the Children’s Phone.