No More - Zero Suicide strategy for Cheshire & Merseyside
Cheshire and Merseyside is a region where suicides are eliminated, where people do not consider suicide as a solution to the difficulties they face. A region that supports people at a time of personal crisis and builds individual and community resilience for improved lives.
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World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 marks 5 years since the NO MORE Suicide Strategy was launched. Click here to view an update report on the great work which has taken place over the last 5 years, leading to Cheshire & Merseyside being awarded Suicide-Safer Community status.
The Local Authority Directors of Public Health in Cheshire and Merseyside, alongside Public Health England and NHS England, have chosen Suicide Prevention as a key priority for collective action across the region.
The NO MORE Suicide Strategy aims to connect people, to raise awareness of suicide and create the momentum for change across:
- Public Health
- Health & Wellbeing Boards
- Primary Care
- Secondary Care
- Wider Community
Cheshire & Merseyside is a Suicide-Safer Community
In July 2020 Cheshire & Merseyside was officially awarded Suicide-Safer Community status by Living Works, a world leader in suicide prevention and training.
This award is symbolic of the fantastic leadership and hard work of colleagues and partners from across Cheshire & Merseyside over the last five years, implementing the NO MORE Suicide Strategy together.
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