a man wearing a pale checked shirtOur free training modules have been accessed over two million times.

In 2020, we created a module focussing on social isolation to support people to step up to the unique challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic presented.

Our suicide awareness training has been endorsed by the Royal College of Nursing

Our core training modules have been incorporated into the mandatory training packages of NHS Trusts around the UK.

a woman sat at a table looking at her mobile phone, taking a photo of her cup of coffee.We customise our training to suit different audiences. We have worked closely with following organisations to ensure our training is relevant to different groups.

  • Help for Heroes: Module specific to veterans. 
  • Universities UK: Module specific to 18 to 25 year olds.
  • Bangor University: Welsh Translation of training.
  • Ministry of Justice: Module specific to UK prisoners and prison and probation workers.

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We developed a Suicide Prevention Resource Map, that shows risk factors and key causal factors that contribute to difference in local suicide rates. This is a key starting point for understanding suicide for anyone interested in preventing suicide. 

Our Facts for ActionResource Library and Case Studies sections provide information about social risk factors that can contribute to suicide as well as innovative resources and initiatives that have been developed to tackle them.

2 ambulance workers sat together in front of an ambulance filling in paperworkThe Department of Health and Social Care launched our Suicide Prevention Consensus Statement on 30 August 2021. The resource aims to help health professionals to understand consent, confidentiality and information sharing in mental healthcare and suicide prevention.

We published a Crisis report, a comprehensive report that explores the provision of crisis services in England.