Live Chat Counselling


Feeling Depressed? Suicidal? Or need help or advice on something you’d rather not talk to friends or family about? Our professional facilitators will listen and advise at no cost to you. We cover topics from abortion, pregnancy, alcohol and drug addiction, break-ups, divorce, domestic violence, anger, eating disorders, HIV, homosexuality, pornography, self-harm, rape, trauma, and any difficult situation you may be in.

Talk to us, we care.



“There are far too many silent sufferers. Not because they don’t yearn to reach out, but because they’ve tried and found no one who cares.”


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Toll free numbers

Suicide Crisis Line : 0800 567 567


LIVE CHAT Helpline

The LIVE CHAT is a text-based conversation between you and one facilitator. It is not a group chat. You may stay anonymous during the chat by choosing a nickname for yourself when you log on. Our facilitators are all professional people. (medical/ legal/ education/ social welfare/ pastoral/ therapists)


Online Times:

Sundays: 18h00-20h00

Mondays to Thursdays: 19h00-21h00
(Timezone: GMT +2:00 / SAST)


What can you ask help about?

You may chat to us about any issue you have on your mind.  🙂


Medical issues (Rape, STD’s, HIV, abortion, pregnancy, contraception, eating disorders, medication, addiction, diseases, circumcision, depression)

Relationship issues: (break-ups, finding the right person, is it real love, how to date, divorce, relationships with parents, siblings, friends or teachers, sex or no sex, homosexuality, teen dating violence, domestic violence)

Legal issues: (paternity, adoption, divorce, legal matters, rape, abuse, domestic violence, human trafficking)

Spiritual issues (relationship with God, grief, abortion, divorce, hurt)

Addiction issues :substance dependence (drugs, alcohol, prescription medication) or behavioural addiction (gambling, pornography, sex, shopping, internet, games, pain, kleptomania, self-harm, food, work, exercise )

School (home work, speeches, assignments, bullying, relationships)

Psychological issues (anger, low self-esteem, eating disorders, homosexuality, self harm, trauma, suicide, rape, trauma, robbery, hi-jacking, depression)