See the latest news stories from ZSA and mental health sector below
List of news
Who will you share a cuppa with this Brew Monday?16 January 2023
The third Monday in January has become known as Blue Monday (the most depressing day of the year apparently), but did you know ‘Blue Monday’ is a myth and came about because of a publicity campaign?
Petition calling for duty of care at universities2 December 2022
Families of university students lost to suicide are calling for legislation to better support protect students.
Help for Heroes and ZSA launch veteran suicide awareness training26 September 2022
The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) is proud to have worked with Help for Heroes to develop a new suicide awareness training aimed at supporting veterans.
Language and stigma6 September 2022
Language is powerful. The words we choose matter.
Create hope through action6 September 2022
Create hope through action this World Suicide Prevention Day
State of the nation - crisis services in England30 May 2022
We explore the provision of crisis services in England in our new report - State of the nation: crisis services in England
Suicide Awareness Training hits two million10 May 2022
The Zero Suicide Alliance’s (ZSA) free online Suicide Awareness Training has reached another major milestone for Mental Health Awareness Week.
England Manager and football managers back suicide prevention campaign28 April 2022
England Manager, Gareth Southgate has backed a partnership, led by the League Managers Association (LMA) and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, which aims to help prevent suicide - as it is rolled out across the country.
ZSA essay competition winner announced25 April 2022
Chloe Morris is the winner of the 2021 ZSA Essay Competition!
What has been the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on crisis services?3 March 2022
Our research and development team were commissioned by the London Urgent and Emergency Care Clinical Network to review evidence to understand the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on why people present to crisis services. Read our report to see what they found...