Date and time: Wed, 29 Nov 2023 18:30 - 20:00 GMT
Location: Totally Wicked Stadium, Peasley Cross Lane St Helens WA9 3AL
St Helens Memorial Event - Supporting the Community and Families who have lost someone to suicide.
The event is to bring family and community together to remember there loved ones and have a place to attend and remember the good times.
There will be a special place for you to relax and be with your loved ones.
Share some lived experience with others.
Practical Applications: 2 Steps Forward 1 Step Back How Do We Maintain Momentum in Challenging Times - Suicide Bereavement
Throughout September, Harmless is hosting its fourth annual online Suicide Bereavement Conference.
To mark World Suicide Prevention Day, they will be presenting a series of live webinars examining practical applications for working in suicide bereavement. Sessions take place every Tuesday and Thursday between 10am – 11am and each will be led by an expert in the field.
Amparo provides emotional and practical support for anybody who has felt the impact of suicide. They are currently running 40 minute sessions for professionals, delivered via Zoom by one of Amparo’s Team Leaders, the sessions have already drawn attendance from all across the country and have been popular with staff working in organisations ranging from the police, the NHS, social care and the voluntary and community sectors.
Harmless are proud to announce that they are hosting their third online Suicide Bereavement conference to examine the practical application of working in the field of suicide bereavement, every Tuesday and Thursday between 6th of September - 29th of September 2022.
The Theme for this year is: * Practical Applications: Working with Overlooked Communities -
Zero Suicide Alliance are delighted to have launched the university student edition of their Suicide Awareness Training.
Sadly 2,382 young people took their own lives (aged between 15 and 24) in England, Scotland and Wales between 2018 and 2020, according to a recent Samaritans report. The latest available data on student suicide figures (ONS, 2018) stated that eight students a month died by suicide in the academic year 2016 to 2017.