Suicidal doesn’t always look suicidal
Find out how you can help save a life
1. The Facts: Why we need to talk about suicide
Knowing the scale of the problem and what we need to change can help kickstart life-saving conversations and remove the stigma around it.
2. The Signs: What signs to keep an eye out for
On the outside people can appear happy which hides their inner struggles - but there are some things you can look out for that might help you notice when someone needs support.
3. The Words: How to start a conversation
From conversation starters to how to talk to children and young people about suicide, we can help you find the words
4. The Support: Where to direct them if they’re struggling
You don’t have to have all the answers. If someone’s struggling, let them know that expert support is available right now if they need it.
Take a minute to talk about suicide
If we can all start one conversation about suicide, together we can save more lives. Over dinner. In schools. In offices. At the pub. In parliament. Right across the country. We need to break the silence and smash the stigma around suicide and get everyone talking about it
Over half of us wouldn’t feel confident in helping someone who is at risk. But we can help you start these potentially life-saving conversations. We’ll:
- Give you the tools to help start life-saving conversations
- Help you spot the signs that someone might be struggling
- Arm you with the info to signpost to expert support
So join us, and stand together against suicide.