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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- Launch of £4 million Suicide Prevention VCSE Grant FundThe Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has made available £4 million for a grant fund to support suicide prevention VCSE organisations across 2021 to 2022. A portion of the grant fund will be ring-fenced specifically to help support small community-led and user-led groups and organisations. The application portal for the grant fund will open on 2 […]
- New Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) resources developedDo you work in mental health, suicide prevention or within government? Do you want to know more about suicide rates in your area and contributing factors in your community? Do you want to know what you can do to keep pushing for Zero Suicide? A series of new ZSA evidence-based resources have been developed to […]
- New resource to support people who witness a suicideSASP, Thrive LDN and Grassroots have produced First Hand a new booklet and website to help people make sense of the lasting memories and emotions following the suicide of someone they didn’t know.