Business in the Community has partnered with Public Health England to produce an online interconnected suite of toolkits to help every organisation support the mental and physical health and wellbeing of its employees.
RCN and PHE guidance for health professionals looking to increase their skills and knowledge of suicide prevention strategies with trans young people.
PHE guidance for those with responsibility for suicide prevention in local authorities and their partner agencies. It has been developed to help them contribute to the delivery of the national suicide prevention strategy for England, in particular area 3 of the strategy, ‘Reduce access to the means of suicide’.
RCN and PHE guidance for health professionals looking to increase their skills and knowledge of suicide prevention strategies with LGB young people.
This PHE document is for people with responsibility for suicide prevention in local authorities and their partner agencies.
The document includes:
- the meaning of the term ‘suicide clusters’
- identification of suicide clusters
- suggestions for who may be at risk of suicidal acts due to the influence of other people’s suicidal behaviour,
- the mechanisms involved in suicide clusters
- the effects of suicide on other individuals
The steps required at local level to prepare for a suicide cluster are described alongside suggested responses to possible suicide clusters.
In recognition of the increasing importance of online communities as spaces for peer and emotional support, we have developed guidance for online community moderators in responding to suicidal content.
Led by Mind in consultation with a huge range of stakeholders, the guidance enables any community moderator, regardless of forum or topic, to safely and confidently respond to people that may be expressing thoughts of suicide online and to signpost them to appropriate support.
Supporting people affected by suicide is an essential part of suicide prevention and to complement the guidance for local authorities in suicide prevention planning we worked with Public Health England and the Support After Suicide Partnership to develop a suite of resources for those developing services that provide support after a suicide.
The resources provide guidance on commissioning and delivering support after a suicide (otherwise known as postvention support), as part of a wider suicide prevention strategy. Step-by-step guidance on developing, delivering and evaluating a postvention support services, and a suggested pathway of support for people affected by suicide.
The resources are primarily aimed at local authorities and commissioners but can be used by anyone setting up and delivering services for those affected by suicide.
|PHE’s Support after Suicide: A guide to providing local services||Developing and Delivering Local Bereavement Services||Evaluating Local Bereavement Services|