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Suicide Prevention Hub

Suicide Prevention Hub

Find out how you can understand more about suicide, help to prevent it in your communities and find help if you need it.

Understanding suicide

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Suicide statistics vary across occupations, age groups, genders, and geographic regions. Understanding patterns is critical to determine where to put resources for intervention strategies.

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Suicide is complex and often a combination of individual, relationship, community, and societal risk factors that can increase the possibility that a person will attempt suicide.
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Suicide is a topic that is surrounded by falsehoods and stigma. We have gathered and debunked some of the most harmful suicide myths.

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Warning signs

While there is rarely a single cause for suicide, there are often warning signs which may increase likelihood of an attempt. Learning them can save lives.
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Real stories

Inspiring stories from real people whose lives have been helped through our work.

Help raise awareness

Help us save more lives from suicide with quick, simple things you can do in less than two minutes.

Help prevent suicide

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Stay Alive app

If you are worried about someone, our Stay Alive app gives you practical steps and information to help.

Real Talk film

Real Talk is a free 30-minute interactive film that helps you gain the skills and confidence to talk to someone about suicide.

Training courses

We deliver globally and nationally recognised training and qualifications around suicide prevention.

Ask now, save lives

Asking someone if they’re suicidal could protect them. Here are some resources to help you with those life-saving conversations.
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Support us

You can donate or raise funds to support our life-saving work.

Media Training

We have launched a free, online, one-hour training course for journalists on how their reporting can actively help save lives from suicide. Limited availability.

Find help now

Reaching out can help you realise you are not alone and do have options.
The Stay Alive app is a pocket suicide prevention resource packed full of resources to help you stay safe.
First Hand is a website full of resources and support for anyone affected by witnessing a suicide, when they did not know the person who has died. 

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