Suicide helplines in Pakistan

Suicide helplines in Pakistan

Suicide helplines in Pakistan one should know to seek help in hard life.

My first priority to tell you is that all people who have any kind of issue, please discuss with family and friends, they are the best help. If you are afraid then go for this option as these counselor do not share secrets with anyone as per law.

Did you know Pakistan is blessed with such people who are continuosly trying to help other people when they are tensed and having troubles with life.

Ever felt alone and thought there is no one to take care of you or you do not have friends and family who understand your stuation? Are you depressed and tensed what to do in life?

Please do not worry about any of the above.

We request you to call these numbers once if you ever feel like doing suicide or die. We have gathered some best counselor who may help you in your situation and push you to better life.

Here is the top suicide helplines;

  • Umang
  • Baat Karo
  • Taskeen
  • Rozan


It is a 24/7 (Available everytime) service and it is totally FREE. There is no charges for talking on their helpline. Umang Pakistan is working since January 2019.

Contact: 0317 4288665

Baat Karo:

We did not find their website although we have their contact number. Please refer below image;

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Another amazing counseling service working in Pakistan, by Pakistanis and for Pakistanis. They are offering multiple services, Seek Help is one of them.

Taskeen has many registered counselor which may charge you few bucks as fees.

Here how you can reach them:

Call/SMS: 0316 8275336


Rozan is Islamabad based counseling service which is available on calls from 10 AM to 6 PM from Monday to Saturday as they take Sudnay off.

Toll FREE no. 0800-22444

Here is other available Suicide helplines in Pakistan;

  • Mind ORG 04235761999
  • 03334065139
  • Rooh 03333337664

I know we share too many things on the internet but this thing could help many of our friends and family members who are afraid to talk to us.

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2 thoughts on “Suicide helplines in Pakistan”

  1. Who tf said “friends and family” are ALWAYS better than professional help?

    Does the person who wrote this article realize that physchologists are in this world for a reason?
    “dOnt shAre thIngS wiTh physcholOgists becAuse theyLL expOse your secreTs.”

    Do you know that the #1 rule of therapy is that everything remains discreet? (That’s the PROFESSIONAL rule.)

    Please do your homework before writing an article.

    You should be encouraging people to seek out help, since it’s a better place than backstabbing friends who are never there for you before you leave this world. Or a family that drains you, and overrides your boundaries.

  2. Reading your article helped me a lot and I agree with you. But I still have some doubts, can you clarify for me? I’ll keep an eye out for your answers.

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