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While Stonewall hopes to keep this information up to date and correct, Stonewall makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, or suitability with respect to the content or the information contained on this guide for any purpose. 57740 Honolulu Poison Control Center: 1-808-941-4411 Osaka Toxicity: 09, 06-871-9999 Stay calm.

Any reliance you place on this guide and information is therefore strictly at your own risk. ) Or call an appropriate emergency number Emergency Services Emergency Medical Interpretation Service (English/Spanish/Chinese/Korean/Thai) Monday to Friday 5pm – 10pm Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 9am – 10pm 03-5285-8185 Tokyo English-Speaking Police Telephone: 03-3501-0110 Days: Monday – Friday Hours: am – pm Drug Overdose & Poison Control Centers U. Always speak clearly and slowly when making an emergency call. “Mental health problems are common, so common in fact that when you look around you, one every four of those people you see will experience poor mental health at some point in their lifetime.

Also, while they are working on a trans inclusive guide, be aware this current edition is not inclusive​.

If you think you might suffer from a mental illness, do not delay seeing a professional.

• If you have thoughts of killing (or otherwise harming) yourself or others; • If you are gravely disabled (unable to care for yourself or those in your care); • If you are abusing substances or have an addiction; • If you or someone else is in any danger of harm; • If you have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder or suspect you have one; • If you or a loved one are in need of an intervention. If possible, enlist the aid of a Japanese speaker in placing the call. We also know that LGBT individuals are even more likely to be affected by mental health problems, but why is this?

In Japan, there are 3 major groups of mental health care providers: Psychiatry Psychiatrists work at psychiatrist department in hospitals or specialized clinic.That can really be the most difficult thing to deal with.Having to cope with things such as: verbal abuse, discrimination, rejection by friends and family, bullying, prejudice, harassment, physical abuse, abandonment.” – Downloadable guide here ( [PDF]) discusses important topics like: ➤Note: This guide is informational, however, as this guide was created by a UK organization, most of the support contact information is likely not usable for those of us living in Japan.➤ International Mental Health Professionals Japan (IMHPJ) is an interdisciplinary network of individuals and organizations providing mental health care, therapy and related services (in English) to the people of the various nationalities living in Japan. resource is recommended as it is Japan based, English focused, and the qualifications/licensure of each practitioner is listed.

In Japan, there are 3 major groups of mental health care providers: Psychiatry Psychiatrists work at psychiatrist department in hospitals or specialized clinic.That can really be the most difficult thing to deal with.Having to cope with things such as: verbal abuse, discrimination, rejection by friends and family, bullying, prejudice, harassment, physical abuse, abandonment.” – Downloadable guide here ( [PDF]) discusses important topics like: ➤Note: This guide is informational, however, as this guide was created by a UK organization, most of the support contact information is likely not usable for those of us living in Japan.➤ International Mental Health Professionals Japan (IMHPJ) is an interdisciplinary network of individuals and organizations providing mental health care, therapy and related services (in English) to the people of the various nationalities living in Japan. resource is recommended as it is Japan based, English focused, and the qualifications/licensure of each practitioner is listed. Online list of Psychiatric Hospitals/Clinics where English/Other languages are spoken: