United to Prevent Suicide is a social movement of people from all across Scotland, united in a shared belief that everyone has a role to play in preventing suicide. It marks a new approach to preventing suicide as set out in Scotland’s National Suicide Prevention Action Plan. When you sign up you will receive a suicide prevention pack loaded with information on talking about suicide and showing support for the campaign.
Thrive Edinburgh is the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership’s strategy for improving mental health and wellbeing for all our citizens. There are many ways that you can get involved. Visit their news section to find details of upcoming events
Ask, Tell, Save a Life explores the issue of suicide and gives facts about suicide in Scotland. It helps you understand the signs that people may be thinking about suicide, and how and when to give immediate help and support.
Tiny Changes was set up by the family of Frightened Rabbit lead singer Scott Hutchison, who died by suicide in 2018. Tiny Changes supports people and projects that positively impact young people’s mental health. They believe there is not one way to improve mental health, and that collectively we can make a huge impact. Sharing positive stories, having honest conversations and exploring creative solutions are just a few of the small ways they hope can make a difference.