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Crisis assistance and helpline numbers will help you in sudden crisis situations, for example if a person close to you dies unexpectedly, you have encountered violence, you have a serious injury or illness, or there has been a fire in your home. You can also contact the social welfare and health care authorities in your area.

An accident is always distressing, not only for the victims but also for persons close to them and those who help – so it is important to be able to ask for help...

Crisis helpline of the Finnish Association for Mental Health

  • 09 2525 0113, Mon, Tue at 11am-3pm, Wed at 1pm-4pm and 5pm-9pm, Thu at 10am-3pm.
  • The Crisis Helpline allows you to discuss your thoughts, feelings and situation in life with a crisis worker or a trained volunteer confidentially. You can call anonymously. 

Crisis helpline in Arabic

  • 09 2525 0113
  • You can call both the Swedish and the Arabic line also in English

Church helpline

Mannerheim League for Child Welfare

  • The Mannerheim League for Child Welfare is the largest child welfare organization in Finland.

Alzheimer Society of Finland

  • The society was established in 1988 to provide help and assistance for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. The society is a non-profit organisation.

Carers’ Finland

  • Carers Finland is an advocacy and support association for carers. Our mission is to improve the social status of families in informal care situations by e.g. influencing legislation and the public opinion.

Substance abuse advice (EHYT association)

The Finnish Association for Substance Abuse Prevention EHYT works throughout Finland to promote well-being and healthy lifestyles. We work with people of all ages, from children and young people to working age people and the elderly.

Suvanto help (In Finnish)

Are you an older person worried about your well-being or safety, or have you concerns over an older person you know?

Women's Line

Women's Line offers services to people who identify themselves as girls or women and have experienced violence or abuse, or threat of violence or abuse, and to those close to them. We are here for you.

  • phone service 0800 02400 on Fridays 4pm to 8pm