Here are some websites where you can find out more about suicide prevention.
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Information and services for those affected by addiction.
Information and services for people who are part of the Military community.
Information and support for young people.
Information and services for people who are part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Information and services for those affected by domestic abuse.
Information and services for those with money problems.
Information and support for people with learning disabilities.
A helpful guide that will explain how to create your own safety plan.
A toolkit to support employers in their response to the suicide of an employee, at work or outside the workplace.
A movement against suicide. CALM provide a free and confidential helpline and webchat work with communities to empower people to share their stories and run campaigns to spread awareness of suicide.
A directory of registered counsellors and therapists. Please note that these are private counsellors and therapists who charge for their services.
Expert advice and practical tips to help improve your mental health and wellbeing.
A database of organisations and charities that provide mental health support in your area and across the UK. While many of the organisations listed offer free support, please be aware that the list also includes private paid for services.
A national mental health charity that offers support and empowers anyone experiencing poor mental health, campaigns to improve services, raises awareness and promotes understanding.
Self-help information on a wide range of issues that can affect people with a criminal record.
Shining a light on suicide
This website has been commissioned by the Greater Manchester Suicide Prevention Programme Board which is part of the Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership. The aim of the campaign is to prevent suicide and provide information to help those bereaved by suicide or those dealing with suicidal thoughts.