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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
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.
and you will be contacted when dates and venues are set.
We are "The Voice of Service Users"
Become a member and become informed about and influential in the design and delviery and monitoring of Mental Health Services in Southern Trust. Enquire
Lived Experience helps shape Services
Mental Health services are planned and delivered in Southern Trust through Co-production. Carers, Users and Professionals working as equals. Enquire
Patient & Client Experience Survey
An ongoing opportunity to share your experiences of care and the staff delivering it. It is Anonymous and directly influences quality improvment. Click HERE
It is possible to report directly to RQIA
Southern Trust has a policy of welcoming such concerns directly but you also have the option to tell The body that regulates NI Health & Social Care
We will do our best to forward messages or feedback to the appropriate team.
It is not possible to facilitate replies but be assured your voice is welcome and has a very important contribution to the the improvement of Mental Health Services.
This is not a means of registering formal complaint.
Please see informaiton above for details of the correct process and help available.