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Because each life lost

is one too many

 

In less than 45mins

this FREE online course can give you the skills and confidence to have a life-saving conversation.

Has printable certificate of completion

 

There is also a

5mins Gateway Module

raising awareness of potential behaviour patterns that could suggest someone is having suicidal thoughts, and how your conversation may help.

 

The Mental Health Forum

will be delivering free

'Café Conversation' style

group workshops of this training in the SHSCT area when COVID restrictions ease enough to permit it.

Workshops are facilitated by people with actual lived experience of suicide issues.

 

 Express Interest here

and you will be contacted when dates and venues are set.

CLICK  HERE  to access downloadable Directories    of Services supporting Mental Health & Wellbeing

 

If you need help identifying or contacting a suitable service you can CONTACT US and we will try to assist

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Crisis Helplines

For more Mental Health Crisis related info  visit our  'Help in Crisis' Page

 

You may also want to visit our  'Self-Care' Pages

 

Childline

Coronavirus Hours

9am-Midnight   Daily

0800 1111

A free, private and confidential service for anyone under 19 to talk about anything.

Lifeline

All day - Every day

0808 808 8000

Crisis telephone & Counselling service for those in distress

or despair

Samaritans

All day - Every day

116 123

Confidential 'Listening Ear' service for anyone in distress or despair

Special Coronavirus Helplines

 

You may also wish to visit these Official Websites: 

 NI Exec Updates     NI Direct     Public Health Agency    Dept of Health    Gov.uk 

Latest news from  Southern Health & Social Care Trust 

 

Businesses Helpline

Mon-Fri  8am - 4pm

0800 024 1222

For those experiencing Financial distress, and outstanding tax liabilities due to Coronavirus

Befriending Helpline

Mon–Fri 9am – 9pm
Sat–Sun 2am – 6pm

028 9080 5850

For those who are isolated or lonely.
There if you want some company, want a chat, or want to clear your head.

Community Helpline

7 days a week  9-5

0808 802 0020

Offering information, guidance and help re 

COVID-19, to those in vulnerable groups 

Other Frequently Requested Helplines

 

A Further list of Helplines is available for download from the Mental Health Forum (interactive pdf)

 

If you need any assistance identifying or accessing a suitable helpline Contact Us and we will help you connect where possible.

This list is not exhaustive - We will update periodically with other frequently requested Helpline numbers

 

Thank you for helping us maintain an up to date list by reporting any omissions, inaccuracies or broken links (HERE)

A List of frequently requested HELPLINE numbers
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