Published Tuesday 8 October 2019 at 11:12
As part of the Council’s recent activity around suicide prevention, including this week’s World Mental Health Day (Thursday, October 10), we are signposting to various partners, services and areas of support.
We have gathered information and contact details on all of these services below:
Zero Suicide Alliance
Coalition of like-minded partners are working together to help rid the UK of suicide by initially raising awareness of a free online suicide prevention training programme.
Lancashire Women care
Working with women and men over 16 in Lancashire to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Visit the Lancashire Women website or call: 0300 330 1354
Big White Wall
24/7 Online and anonymous support for mental health
Visit the Big White Wall website and enter your postcode to register
CALM – Campaign Against Living Miserably
Need help? Call our helpline…0800 585858
5pm-midnight 365 days a year
For better mental health
Call: 01257 231660
Time to Change Blackburn with Darwen
Let’s end mental health discrimination
Silence. The biggest killer of young people in the UK. Suicide. We need to talk about it
Talk to us any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you.
Call: 116 123
The Consortium Families Health and Wellbeing
Support group for people bereaved by suicide
For further information call: Angela on 07717 530621 or Tony on: 07486 074561
Inspire and Go2 – Blackburn with Darwen
Drug & alcohol service / young people’s service
Care Network Hub is Blackburn with Darwen’s one stop shop for services to support your health and wellbeing.
9 Town Hall Street (opposite Blackburn Library)
The Men’s Club
A weekly meet up to talk, listen and support each other. Plus guests who offer advice around work, health, wellbeing, money, relationships, housing and more.
Let’s talk to prevent male suicide
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 49. Together we can help to prevent suicide.
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