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We have lived experience of suicide. We know what it is like to be in crisis. We understand the pressure of trying to keep someone safe and the complex emotions including guilt, shock, and intense grief after a suicide.

We empower people to help save lives from suicide through educating, connecting and campaigning nationally.

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We offer bespoke consultation and training courses, co-designed to support individuals, organisations, and communities to develop the skills to help save lives.
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We listen, connect, and provide support through our Stay Alive app, tools, and resources to help keep people safe from suicide.
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We raise awareness and funds to remove the stigma around suicide and keep more people safe from suicide. We campaign on the ground and influence at a strategic level.

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Need Help?

There is no shame in seeking help when you are feeling stressed, depressed or experiencing a crisis. If you are worried about someone, or coping with a suicide, our resources are there to help you.

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Know someone at risk?

If you are worried about someone else’s safety, here is how you can be there for them.
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Coping with suicide?

We developed First Hand, a resource for people affected by the suicide of someone they do not know.
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Having suicidal feelings?

You do not need to face suicidal thoughts alone, there are steps you can take to find support.


Looking for training?

Our expert trainers teach life-saving skills that anyone can learn. We offer a range of different courses that equip organisations and individuals to keep themselves and others safe. They offer valuable information and resources to prevent suicide, self-harm and mental health issues. Our courses can be tailored to your organisation in a way that is most beneficial to you. We offer mental health training for adults, young people and children

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We provide expert advice and guidance on suicide prevention strategies and processes in your organisation.
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Training courses

We have existing courses or we can work with you to deliver bespoke training for your organisation either online or at a venue of your choice.
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Courses available now

We have a range of nationally accredited courses that you can book now.

Support Us

Our amazing volunteers, donors, ambassadors, and fundraisers are vital to our work. They enable us to continue educating and campaigning to reduce stigma and prevent suicide. Whatever time and skills you have, you can get involved and help save lives. Whatever time and skills you have, you can get involved and help save lives.

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Fundraise For us

Today, you can fundraise in more exciting ways than ever. We will support you along the way.
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You can show your support and make a tangible difference through regular or one-off donations.
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Join us

A great way to be a part of the change is by volunteering your time or skills. Or you could join our ambassador scheme.

Did you know 1 in 5 people will have suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives?

With your generosity, we can help people stay safe and provide the support they need in times of crisis