Drugs, depression, harassment: the series “Euphoria” launches a hotline to help its fans

The hit series “Euphoria” returns for a second season. This drama, in which mainly singer Zendaya plays, deals with various sensitive topics such as addiction, depression and even intimidation. The series’ team decided to take advantage of the show’s popularity to help the young audience. It just launched a hotline, which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. Fans can rely on it and be advised on their own issues with a simple text message. We explain it to you.

Back on OCD for Season 2, the “Euphoria” series is a hit with American teens and teens. A popularity that the television drama team decided to use to help their fans. The series, directed by Sam Levinson, does indeed deal with several sensitive topics such as addiction and depression in young people. Zendaya, the lead actress of Euphoria, has repeatedly warned her own fans about potentially shocking episodes.

A hotline has been set up especially for this young audience by the American channel HBO, which broadcasts the series in the United States. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this phone line is currently only available on US soil. Anyone who wishes can send the word “EUPHORIA” free of charge by SMS to the number 741741 to ask for help on any topic.

HBO said a crisis advisor will be able to respond to messages on a secure online platform. A precious resource to support people in difficulty and especially young people with fragile mental health.

“Euphoria” is not the only series that offers its fans practical help. The series “13 Reasons Why” had also set up a platform with the help of Netflix to help victims of harassment.

(ETX Daily Up)

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