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Stay Alive Mobile Phone Application

A suicide prevention pocket resource for the UK, Stay Alive offers help and support both to people with thoughts of suicide and to people concerned about someone else. The app can be personalised to tailor it to the user. This is the first version of Stay Alive. The app will be updated following an academic review and we are seeking next stage funding to help us develop the app further, including a location-enabled function to show the user support services in their vicinity. If you are interested in contributing to funding the next stage of the app please get in touch. (click here for further information on how to download the app).

 

 

Counselling Directory

Find a counsellor or psychotherapist near you

(Click here)

  

Exposure Campaign

Funded by The Big Lottery Fund, this one-minute film, written by young poet Engineer Al, and animated by the acclaimed artist October Jones, is the first part of an Exposure campaign to reduce male suicide.

Please watch and share. Raising awareness to ensure more young men feel comfortable talking about their problems is a key way of combatting suicide. The silence is killing us. No More. To view video (click here).

 

grasroots

A short video called 'I am Alive' has been developed by Brighton non-profit company Grassroots Training.

The video contains personal accounts of how people's reasons for living, however small, helped them to choose life instead of suicide.

 The video can be found here

 

 

Help is at Hand

Resource for people who have been bereaved by suicide - click here

CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

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0800 585858 lines open from 5pm-midnight
CALM is a registered charity which exists entirely to prevent male suicide in the UK

 

Suicide Liaison Service

Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group, in partnership with Outlook South West, has developed a service to support people who have been bereaved by suicide.  Bereavement by suicide can be particularly painful to cope with, and many people who experience this type of loss find it hard to access the practical help and support they need. (For further information click here).

 

 

What is Kooth?

It is a safe online place where you can:

  • get help, advice & support with anything that's causing you stress, hardship or embarrassment
  • find out about local services, events & news
  • write your blog or magazine articles

Things people talk to us about:

  • drink & drugs
  • sexual health & sexuality
  • anxiety, stress
  • eating disorders
  • problems at home
  • problems at school
  • realtionships

In fact, you can talk to us about anything really!

For more information click here

 

Five ways to your wellbeing...

(To download poster)

 

 

The Willow Centre, Cornwall’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre

The Willow Centre is a multi agency service that offers a highly confidential and holistic approach to all victims of rape and serious sexual assault above the age of 16 years.

We provide a victim centred approach and the highest standard of care. The victim’s voice and the choices they make are paramount.

For more information (click here)

 

You can also click on this resource list to see if there is any service that could help you at this time.