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- National Suicide Hotline (USA): 1 800 273 8255
- National Suicide Hotline (Canada): 1-800-448-1833
- Samaritans (UK): 08457 90 90 90
- Samaritans (Ireland): 1850 60 90 90
- Lifeline (Australia): 13 11 14
- Lifeline (New Zealand): 0800 543 354
Alternatively, we can recommend the following organizations who also offer support to those escaping high control groups:
Faith to Faithless is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to helping people from a variety of harmful, threatening religions find their way to freedom. It is led by Imtiaz Shams who featured in the documentary video Leaving Islam.
The Freedom of Mind Resource Center has been set up by cult expert Steven Hassan, author of Combating Cult Mind Control, to provide consulting and coaching services to people leaving cults or those with family members inside cults.
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