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Immediate Crisis Help

Abstract: Web4health cannot give you help in an immediate crisis. This page explains where you can get such help.

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Immediate Crisis Help

Intelligent natural language question-answering in the area of psychology and psychiatry. Ask a simple question  Local help Info


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First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 16 Jan 2009.

If you have an immediate and urgent problem, you might do the following:

  • Go to your regular medical doctor.
  • Go to a hospital with a psychiatric clinic.
  • Make a phone call to some crisis number, such as the number of a voluntary organisation for help with different kinds of problems.

The local government, social services or local medical services in many municipalities provide a phone, which you can call to get advice on available local hotlines and other immediate crisis help in your local community.

Intelligent natural language question-answering in the area of psychology and psychiatry. Ask a simple question:
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