Capital Region of Denmark Psychiatric Emergency Departments

Call 112 if you are at immediate risk of suicide

38 64 37 36

Telephone hours from 7-23. Outside of these hours, please contact the nearest department directly, find contact information below.

The psychiatric acute admissions are usually open every day around the clock - you can just show up.

It's important to contact the appropriate department, as they are divided according to the municipality you reside in.

There is also the option of phone counseling - for patients and relatives.

Find the nearest psychiatric emergency department here:

Adults (from 18 years old)

Adolescents and Children (under 18 years old)


  • If your own doctor or 1813 assesses that there is a need for urgent psychiatric help, they will refer you to the Emergency Department at Bornholms Hospital.
  • This applies to children, adolescents, and adults.

Other services

Children and teenagers can anonymously write or call the Children's Helpline

The phone is always open

If you are in a mental crisis or have thoughts of suicide, you can contact the Lifeline (Livslinjen) for free and anonymously

Phone hours:

Monday-Sunday: 11-05

If you are in a mental crisis or have thoughts of suicide, you can contact Psykiatrifonden for free and anonymously.

Phone hours:

Monday-Thursday: 10-22

Friday-Sunday: 10-18

Opening hours:

Monday-Wednesday: 09-16

Thursday: 11-17

Friday: 09-15

Telephonic or personal anonymous counseling on mental illness.