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Beijing Suicide Reseearch and Prevention Centre have a hotline available 24/7. Hotline staff are Ministry of Labour counselors have qualifications and trained through the hotline's rigorous, systematic training of professionals.
Telephone (Landline): 800-8101117
Telephone (Mobile): 010-8295-1332
Lifeline Shanghai provides free, confidential, and anonymous emotional support via telephone 10AM to 10PM, 365 days a year. Lifeline Shanghai is an English speaking service only.
The Shanghai Mental Health Center (SMHC), formerly known as the Shanghai Psychiatric Hospital, was founded in 1958. The SMHC is consists of a main hospital (in Xuhui district) and a branch hospital (in Minhang district).
In addition to serving as a mental health clinic offering medication management and psychotherapy, the center is involved in teaching, research, and mental health prevention planning for Shanghai and the entirety of China.
Lifeline Yanji are part of an international organisation providing 24/7 crisis support and suicide prevention services. There is no specific Yanji website (that we can find).
Telephone: 0433 273 9595 (08:00 - 16:00)
Mobile: 86 433 139 4332 1004 (Out of Hours)
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