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The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) is SA’s largest Mental Health Advocacy Group. Call 0800 21 22 23 or 0800 12 13 14 (24Hrs)
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SADAG 12h
Replying to @TrainUpdater
As long as they give permission for us to call and they are expecting our call... Then yes we can call them. But call us on 0800 21 22 23 or Sms 31393 and we will call you back to get all the info and details
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SADAG 12h
Replying to @Nontu44
Please call us on 0800 21 22 23 or Sms 31393 and we will call you so we can help you with your friend.
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SADAG 15h
Student Counselling Careline offers FREE Telephonic counselling, information, & referrals 7 days a week to help support students with Stress, Depression, Anxiety and Mental Health support. Call 0800 747 747 to speak to a Counsellor.
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SADAG 19h
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SADAG Sep 22
Do you want to break the stigma & silence around depression & mental illness? Join the Hope Hike & Hope Bike to help raise awareness around Depression & Mental Illness with a family friendly fun walk or mountain bike trail. Click link for more
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SADAG Sep 22
Like any other health problem, someone with a mental illness needs extra love and support. You may not be able to see the illness, but it doesn’t mean that you’re powerless to help.
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Goodman Sibeko Sep 21
of taking us through the nature of and rationale for peer-led support groups because
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SADAG Sep 20
Help us support Zanele for one last time as she tries to reach her final goal of raising R180 000 for Suicide and Depression. Click the link below to donate towards Rise18 and help Zanele make her dreams become a reality.
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SADAG Sep 20
Replying to @baloyi_vanessa @W24_SA
We have Support Groups in Parktown if that's closer? OR maybe you'd be keen to start one in Braam?
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SADAG Sep 20
Replying to @Mawande_RSA
Unfortunately we don't have funds to have Counsellors man our DM... But people can still get hold of us via our free toll free helplines, Sms, email, online counselling via our website or online contact form... So there is still many ways to speak to a Counsellor
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SADAG Sep 20
Does someone you know suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder? Read more about the symptoms of PTSD at
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SADAG Sep 19
Replying to @Nosintu00796550
So sorry for your loss. We really want to help your family and your cousins daughter... Where do you live? Please DM us your number and we will call you today
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SADAG Sep 19
How to spot the warning signs and help a friend who's battling with a Mental Illness. Read more at
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SADAG Sep 19
Read the link for more details on how to volunteer... Or send your contact details to Michelle on supportgroups@anxiety.org.za and we will call you to explain the process... Thanks for wanting to get involved!!
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SADAG Sep 18
The University of Cape Town Student Counselling Helpline offers Free 24hours telephonic counselling, info, & referrals 7 days a week to help support students with Stress, Depression, and Mental Health support. Call 0800 24 25 26 to speak to a counsellor.
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Goodman Sibeko Sep 18
The is taking place on 7 October in Durban. Mental Health and affiliate organizations are welcome to come through and put up a display. Email address in image below
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SADAG Sep 18
SADAG are inundated with calls. Therefore more volunteers are needed for SADAG's busy call centre. Read more about how you can get involved at .
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SADAG Sep 17
Replying to @Bhekie_SA
Please call us on 0800 21 22 23 or 0800 70 80 90 or Sms 31393 and we will call you. We want to help you!
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SADAG Sep 17
Replying to @elihlee
Oh dear! We will follow up immediately
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SADAG Sep 17
Are you exhausted trying to be stronger than you feel? Remember to practice self care, your mental health matters.
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