Every six hours, someone commits suicide in Sweden. That’s four people every day, and 1,500 people every year. We must both talk about and change this!
At Never Alone, we work preventively by educating and improving people’s knowledge of mental illness. We also work supportively with The Never Alone Farm and phone counseling.
Your donation to Never Alone is used to work to prevent mental illness and prevent suicide as well as to support those affected and their loved ones. We use your donation in a way that makes the business sustainable – both in the short and long term.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our donor service.
A membership means that you take a stand in the fight for better mental health in Sweden, both at the individual and community levels.
You enable us, together, to create and offer help and counseling over the phone with a licensed psychologist for both those affected and their loved ones, and to run the Never Alone Farm where we can help people suffering from mental illness.
In addition to the supportive efforts, we create public opinion and work preventively by educating and improving people’s knowledge about this taboo topic, mental illness. Because we believe that if we improve knowledge, it will reduce prejudice and hopefully lead to more daring to open up about their experiences and to seek professional help. The number of suicides must be reduced, lives must be saved.
Access to the Never Alone App, a membership platform
Priority status for selected lectures and events
Special offers from our sponsors
You help both those affected and their loved ones get help and support
A membership costs SEK 100 per year.
Does your company want to contribute to Never Alone?
We strive to create valuable relationships with companies to constantly improve the daily work for better mental health in Sweden, both at the individual and community levels. If your company wants to contribute in the fight for better mental health, please let us know. We tailor all collaborations with the ambition to get one step closer to the vision – that no one should suffer from mental illness in secret.