HELPLINE

If you need information or support please call our confidential tinnitus helpline. Open Monday - Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. You can also email us here: helpline@tinnitus.org.uk We're here to help.

I got to talk to a lady on the phone and she was really lovely to me and understood what I was going through - it helped me so much, my life is turning around now and that is thanks to you.

BTA Helpline Caller


The purpose of our helpline is:

  • to provide clear information about tinnitus
  • give accurate information on support services available
  • provide empathy and understanding about the condition, offering hope to people - which is that is does get better

The team in the Sheffield office, where our helpline is based, have many years of collective experience of supporting people with tinnitus. Importantly, we provide empathy and emotional support to people living with a difficult and often misunderstood condition. Please note that while we do have an in-depth understanding of tinnitus, we are not medically qualified, so we are not able to give medical advice.

Free and confidential tinnitus advice

Please feel free to call our helpline if you need to speak to a friendly, understanding voice.

The BTA meets all of The Helplines Association good practice criteria and are therefore authorised to display the 'THA Member' logo on all its publications and website.

  • The helpline does not profit from callers
  • The helpline provides unbiased support and information
  • The person taking the call has been trained and supported
  • The helpline has adequate staff to provide a service during all their advertised opening hours
  • The helpline has a clear policy on what information they can share about a call
  • The helpline has a policy on making the service accessible
  • The helpline has clear information available regarding complaints about the service