Members

Our members and supporters are the foundation of the Support after Suicide Partnership and our wider network. They are all involved in providing support for people bereaved by suicide and play a huge role in helping us to shape our priorities.

LGBT Foundation

LGBT Foundation is a national charity delivering advice, support and information services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) communities. They have a range of support available on their website from: Domestic Abuse, Hate Crime reporting and support, Sexual Health, Talking Therapies, Cost of living support to their helpline. Their helpline is open Weekdays – 9am until 9pm and Weekends – 10am until 5:30pm.

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LGBT Health and Wellbeing Scotland

LGBT Health and Wellbeing is an organisation who promote the health, well-being, and equality of LGBT+ adults in Scotland. They welcome all identities under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella. They have a helpline open Tuesday & Wednesday between 12-9pm, and Thursday & Sunday between 1-6pm on 0300 123 2523.

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Lucy Rayner Foundation – Surrey Suicide Bereavement Service

The Surrey Suicide Bereavement Service helps families who are dealing with the loss of their loved one, providing support and advocacy as needed. They can help families access individual or family counselling and ensure that families have all the resources they need to support themselves and each other in the years to come.

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Maytree

Maytree’s house is open for people when they’re feeling suicidal. They offer free 4 night/5 day stay where guests can explore their thoughts and feelings, and feel heard with compassion and without judgement.

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Metropolitan Police Force – Suicide Prevention Team

The Metropolitan Police Force Suicide Prevention team have worked to implement a real-time suicide surveillance system alongside Thrive LDN, enabling those bereaved by suicide to be offered support. They continue to work to train frontline officers in identifying and better reporting suspected suicides, supporting bereaved families at the scene of a suspected suicide and better reporting of attempted suicides.

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Mind

Mind is a mental health charity providing support, information and signposting. The individual local Mind services offer hands on support in their local community.

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Nafsiyat

Nafsiyat is an intercultural therapy centre committed to providing effective and accessible psychotherapy and counselling services to people from diverse religious, cultural and ethnic communities in London. They provide short-term intercultural therapy in over 20 languages via referral to individuals, groups, and couples. They deliver training workshops on cultural competency to organisations all over the UK.

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National Bereavement Service

The National Bereavement Service provides a wealth of information and expertise surrounding the practical implications of losing a loved one. They can offer support surrounding funerals, coroners and inquests, probate and solicitors, rules of intestacy (when a death occurs and leaves no Will) and more. They also offer emotional support, information, legal expertise and bereavement support for companies.

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NCL Support After Suicide Service – Rethink

Rethink Mental Illness Support After Suicide Service supports people who have been bereaved by suicide who live, work or study in the 5 North Central London boroughs of Camden, Islington, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey, Brighton and Hove, Gloucestershire and the Black Country. They offer support at any stage of bereavement, including immediately after a loss or in the longer term.

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Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust provide a range of health and social care services specialising in mental health care, including children and adolescent mental health, community mental health, crisis resolution, inpatient care and more. They operate a Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).

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Norfolk and Waveney Mind

Norfolk and Waveney Mind Complex Bereavement Service supports those bereaved and affected by suicide. The SAIL project focuses on supporting individuals in the immediacy of loss. This can be both emotional and practical support, through either weekly face-to-face meets or telephone chats. Alternatively, virtual support is available. The project offers up to 12 weeks of assistance. Their Anchor Project provides a support network for anyone over the age of 18 who has been bereaved or affected by suicide.

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Northamptonshire Support After Suicide Service (N-SASS) – Service Six

The Support After Suicide Service is a free service for people living anywhere in Northamptonshire of any age who has been bereaved or affected by suicide, making sure you have access to timely and appropriate support.

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