REFERRALS FOR BROS
MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCY CONTACTS
No male-specific mental health services available.
The Czech Republic outlined a plan in 2019 to reform the country’s long-neglected psychiatric care. As the list below shows, most of the current emphasis on mental health support rests large psychiatric institutions/hospitals. The plan is to shift them to a network of mental health centres that would serve patients locally. Up to a third of psychiatric patients could be transferred to the centres by 2030. There is no mental health support or services specifically for men at the time of consolidating this list.
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
EMERGENCY (24 hours 7 days a week)
Medical Emergency (Ambulance/First Aid) – 155
Prague Emergency Suicide Hotline: 004 202 460 80 718
Tel: 608 902 410
Trust Line staff are psychologists, special educators, social workers, and other specialists with special education in telephone crisis intervention and online counseling. Employees work under supervision (professional supervision focused mainly on the quality of work) they further educate themselves and maintain their expertise. Most workers work with adults, children and youth in other organizations and institutions in addition to working on the helpline.
Hotline: 116 111
The Safety Line provides free counseling to children and young people in difficult life situations and in solving everyday problems. At the same time, she runs a Parent Line designed not only for parents but for all adults worrying about the child.
24 hour psychiatric emergency center address: Chlcickeho 39, P-3
24 hour crisis line: 222-580-697
Crisis center RIAPS je a health care facility providing complex patient care in difficult life situations which threaten his/her psychic health. It connects psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses- therapists and social workers into one team, helping clients to actively resolve their problems. The methods used are primarily crisis intervention, individual and group psychotherapy, relaxation techniques and other body work, pharmacotherapy and social counselling.
Hotline: 596 618 908
Hotline: 737 267 939
We provide telephone emergency assistance by telephone and internet support to a wide adult public, including people with mental or somatic difficulties, in acute crisis situations. These may include emotional loss, family death, suicidal tendencies, coping with illness or hospitalization, actual relationship conflicts, loneliness. For clients who prefer electronic communication, we also offer chat and e-mail contact in addition to a phone call.
Hotline: 476 701 444 (24/7)
The Most Distressed Mental Relief Line in Most is part of the non-profit, non-profit organization Most k naději, zs. The Mental Emergency Line service is important to people with its barrier-free, anonymous and secure framework. The mental distress line is the first aid for people who find themselves in trouble. The gravity of the topics addressed to our workplaces is often high: we help them look for ways out of domestic violence, relationship difficulties, turn them away from suicidal tendencies, teach them to cope with crises and look for new meaning in life. Lines of Trust often save lives and thus form an important and irreplaceable part of the modern society's psychosocial network.
Crisis line: 284-016-666
A specialized psychiatric hospital in Prague with an emergency service and 24 hour outpatient crisis center. Telephone operators only speak Czech but some doctors speak English.
24 hour emergency service with a reception for foreigners. Very good for emergencies, but they don't specialize in psychiatry.
The Department of Clinical Psychology UH Motol fully covers the requirements of providing preventive, diagnostic, psychotherapeutic and rehabilitation care of hospitalized patients or outpatients of UH Motol and their families. Most psychological examinations and psychotherapeutic care are requested by the physicians of UH Motol, and that is by request form or sheet of medical consultation. Please call the above number to make an appointment.
Nemocnice na Homolce, Reentgenova 2, P-5
The Department of Clinical Psychology has no inpatient ward. The psychologists work in three outpatient units where they examine patients and provide psychotherapy in compliance with the respective specialization of a given programme and in cooperation with individual target departments (in particular, with neurosurgery, neurology, stereotactic and radiation neurosurgery, internal medicine, surgery, etc.) according to the requests of treating physicians. They also provide consulting services to other departments of the Na Homolce hospital.
The outpatient clinic specializes in treatment of patients with psychotic, affective (mood), and anxiety disorders. We are unable to offer treatment of substance abuse disorders, addiction, and personality disorders. We offer outpatient services to English and German speaking clients.
Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, particularly prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. The Movember Foundation runs the global Movember charity event, housed at Movember.com. The goal of Movember is to "change the face of men's health." By encouraging men (whom the charity refers to as "Mo Bros") to get involved, Movember aims to increase early cancer detection, diagnosis and effective treatments, and ultimately reduce the number of preventable deaths. Besides annual check-ups, the Movember Foundation encourages men to find ways to take care of our mental health, and to check in with one another in order to reduce the rate of suicide in men. Visit the link to Czech Republic’s Movember page to access vital information on these three key topics affecting men’s health today: https://cz.movember.com/