Player Wellness

Player safety and health are important to the staff of MCSkinHistory. However, please understand that the MCSkinHistory staff does not have formal training to provide one-on-one care. This article is a guide to help you or a friend reach out to individuals or organizations who are better equipped to provide assistance and care for mental well-being.

If you are feeling depressed, suicidal, or facing other emotional health challenges, please read further on this page for some sources that can help you or a friend you are concerned for.

If you encounter an issue with another person threatening or harassing you on MCSkinHistory's services, please contact [email protected] immediately.


We encourage any player facing difficulties to reach out to someone that can provide support on a continuous/regular basis. People we recommend going to are:

  • Family members
    • Parents
    • Siblings
    • Extended family (i.e. Uncle, Aunt, Grandparents, etc.)
  • Friends
  • Teachers or trusted staff members at educational institutions
  • Religious figures or local community group members
  • Support group
  • Counselors, psychologists, or therapists
  • A doctor or local GP
  • Local law enforcement/Police departments

For emergency situations, where you or another person is at immediate risk, please contact local emergency services.

Extended Resources

If you do not feel comfortable with any of the above recommendations, we have compiled a list of support websites, hotlines, and groups.

North America

  • Boys Town Hotline - National hotline for children and parents
    • 1-800-448-3000
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • DBSA Toll-Free Number - For people living with depression and Bipolar Disorder
    • 1-800-826-362
  • Kids Help Phone - Canada’s only 24-hour bilingual phone counseling
    • 1-800-668-6868
  • Lifeline Canada

United Kingdom



Netherlands and Belgium




  • LGBT Foundation - Helpline ran by Lesbian and Gay health charity
  • NHS Direct - 24-hour support and information line
    • 0845-4647
  • The Trevor Project - 24-hour support via phone
    • 1-866-488-7386

Can’t find a number or website for your country? Check here:

(Please note that anonymity will be disclosed upon reaching out to services)

We know this is a difficult topic and it can cause distress and worry for other people who may not be equipped to handle it. Therefore, please make sure you do not talk about depression, suicide, or other emotional health challenges on the MCSkinHistory services. Instead, please seek help using the resources we have listed above and prioritize your health first.