Suicide Prevention Week (6-10 September 2021)

Together we can make a difference

During Suicide Prevention Week (6-10 September 2021), we’ll be raising awareness of suicide, encouraging people to talk about it openly and to get support, and sharing what help is available in Tayside.

Across Tayside we are working hard to prevent suicide through a new Multiagency Suicide Prevention Network. COVID has highlighted the importance of mental health and wellbeing for us all. Suicide prevention is everybody’s business and we all have a role to play.

Supporting Life

Ask, Tell – Save a Life: Every Life Matters video

The Ask, Tell – Save a Life: Every Life Matters video helps you understand the signs when someone might be thinking about suicide, and how to get help and support.

Suicide? Help!

www.suicidehelp.co.uk

Crisis Support

Emergencies, 999

Samaritans, 116 123

Breathing Space, 0800 83 85 87

NHS 24, 111

Tayside Suicide Help website

Visit the Tayside Suicide? Help! website for information:

  • about local support
  • on how to get help
  • on creating a plan to guide you through difficult times.
Mental Health

Online training for staff

There’s training available on how to support someone who is experiencing mental ill health, at risk of self-harm or suicide.

Register with TURAS before accessing the training.

Follow Scotland's Second Team

FC United to Prevent Suicide

FC United is a new national campaign to reach more people through compelling football-related stories on their Twitter channel.

Watch their short film focusing on the difficulty of saying the word “suicide”.