Help may refer to:

Arts, entertainment, and media


  • Help (film), a 2010 Bollywood horror film
  • Help! (film), a 1965 film directed by Richard Lester starring The Beatles
  • The Help (film), a 2011 period drama, set in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1963


  • Help (Australian TV series), a documentary series
  • Help (Dutch TV series), a drama series
  • Help (UK TV series), a comedy series
  • H.E.L.P., a 1990 American TV drama series
  • The Help (TV series), a 2004 American sitcom
  • Dr. Henry's Emergency Lessons for People, a series of cartoon public service announcements


  • "Help" (Buffy episode)
  • "Help", an episode of The Protector


  • Help! (magazine)
  • Help!! (manga)
  • The Help, a historical novel by Kathryn Stockett



  • Help (band), an American rock band


  • Help!, the 1965 Beatles album which includes songs from the film of the same name
  • The Help Album, a musical compilation album to benefit the War Child charity
  • Help (Thee Oh Sees album)
  • Help! (George Martin album)
  • Help, by Blackbear


  • "Help!" (song), a 1965 song by The Beatles
  • "Help" (Papa Roach song), 2017
  • "Help", a song from Hurts' 2013 album Exile
  • "Help", a song from Lloyd Banks' 2006 album Rotten Apple
  • "Help", a song from London Grammar's 2013 album If You Wait
  • "Help", a song from Pink Guy's 2017 album Pink Season

    Computing and technology

  • Help (command), a command in various command-line shells that invokes documentations and helping information
  • Help desk, a point of contact between product users and technical support
  • Online help, documentation that accompanies computer application software
  • Context-sensitive help, a kind of online help that is obtained from a specific point in the state of the software, providing help for the situation that is associated with that state

    Other uses

  • Help (dog) (1878–1891), Scotch collie dog used to collect charitable donations
  • Help Remedies, a pharmaceutical company


  • Heat escape lessening position, a way to position oneself to reduce heat loss in cold water
  • Higher Education Loan Programme, an Australian government loan scheme for students
  • Homotopy extension and lifting property, a term in algebraic topology, coined by eminent American mathematician J. Peter May
  • Hydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance, a model developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions