Suicide prevention begins by recognising the warning signs and knowing how to address them in a serious manner. These warning signs can derive from a build-up of many issues, if addressed at an early stage prevention methods can be put in place before the thought of suicide comes into action.
Public Health Network Cymru
The Public Health Network Cymru encourage building resilience as a way to promote stronger personal and social relationships, for further information click here. Stay Alive – suicide prevention app, see video.
The DPJ Foundation
- The DPJ Foundation supports people in rural communities with poor mental health.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
- Helpline open 5pm-midnight 365 days a year, Tel: 0800 58 58 58
- Movement against suicide
Talk to me too
The Talk to me too website closed in September 2020.
For help and information about suicide and self harm, use the Community Advice and Listening Line (CALL). Call 0800 132 737 (freephone) or text ‘help’ to 81066 (charged at standard network rate).
Samaritans – Real People, Real Stories campaign
- Real stories from men who have been through tough times, encouraging other men to seek help. Click here to view the campaign.
- If you’re feeling low or struggling to cope, it’s okay. Call Samaritans for free, on 116 123 or on their Welsh language line 0808 164 0123.
Call the Samaritans at anytime on: 116 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with Compassion is a toolkit to help people in Wales develop compassionate approaches at work and improve the interactions between staff, customers, clients or service users. For more information click here. Download the working with compassion booklet below: