Is there enough done to give support to people in that state of mind? Even to council people after a person does commit suicide? I know some people never ask for help and it's kinda hard to find out if someone thinks like that. But with farming it is very stressful and well it's a bigger strain on people. Some helpful contacts and Numbers: FCN Practical Support 03000 111 999 (7am – 11pm daily) R.A.B.I Welfare & Financial Help 01865 724931 (weekdays 9am – 5pm) R.S.A.B.I Welfare & Financial Help 0300 111 4166 (7am – 11pm daily) Rural Support Northern Ireland 0845 6067607 (weekdays 9am-9pm) SAYFC Scotland 0131 333 2445 Scottish Association of Mental Health 0141 530 1000 (weekdays 9am – 5pm) National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs http://www.nfyfc.org.uk/Ruralplus/ruralpluscontacts YANA – You Are Not Alone 0300 323 0400 (Norfolk/Suffolk) Mind Advice and Support 0300 1233393 (weekdays 9am – 6pm) Samaritans` 116 123 Tir Dewi. Covers Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, specifically for farmers and their families. Welsh and English tel. 0800 121 4722 available 7am to 10 pm every day. https://www.griefencounter.org.uk/about-us/ More details can be found on this thread: https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index...anisations-that-offer-help-and-advice.116292/ In addition, your local Vicar and Minister are there for all parishioners who need help regardless of whether they are a member of the church (or chapel) or not. There are also C of E agricultural chaplains who will have a more farming based perspective who are there to listen.http://www.fwi.co.uk/farm-life/how-church-support-for-farmers-goes-well-beyond-religion.htm Although a repeat of some of the contact numbers above, the FW article also lists some more organisations and websites that offer help but may not be so well known. Support contacts Farming Community Network 03000 111 999 The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution 0808 281 9490 The Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution 0300 111 4166 Arthur Rank Centre Men’s Health Forum Ending loneliness campaign NFU rural concerns A further link: www.gayfarmer.co.uk https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/artic...rs-wanted-to-assist-with-gay-farmers-helpline A CHAPLAIN who runs a helpline for gay farmers, Keith Ineson, is asking for volunteers to help cope with the demand for the service. Mr Ineson started the helpline 15 months ago as a sideline in his work as a Salvation Army rural chaplain in Cheshire. He said that he became aware of a need for a helpline when some farmers confided in him about their sexuality after having suffered years of depression.