REFERRALS FOR BROS
MENTAL HEALTH AND CRISIS SUPPORT
No male-specific mental health services available.
(Note: Unfortunately, there are limited mental health support services in Denmark. the key ones are Lifeline and the Acute Psychiatric Admission Centres. If you are in an emergency, please contact 112 and ask for the nearest hospital emergency department.)
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
National emergency number(s): 112
At Lifeline we are used to talking about suicide and suicidal thoughts, and we would love to talk to you.
You can contact the Life Line's telephone advisory, 70 201 201 all days of the year from 7 am 11-04
You can write to Livsliniens online advisory writingdet.dk . We strive to give you answers within 1-3 days and you have the opportunity to write to us up to six times
You can contact Lifeline's chat advice Monday and Thursday at. 17-21 and Saturday at. 13-17
You can also contact the Lifeline if you are relatives or left for suicide.
If you or someone you know needs urgent psychiatric help, you can contact one of the Capital Region of Denmark’s eight mental acute psychiatric admissions centres. There are acute psychiatric admissions centres at Ballerup, Glostrup, Hvidovre, Nordsjælland and at the Copenhagen mental health services centre. All of these are open 24 hours a day. You can also accompany a friend. Click on this link for the contact details for all the acute psychiatric centres.