We are delighted to announce the launch of the new NO MORE Suicide website for Cheshire and Merseyside. The website is a resource for both local partners and community organisations, as well as members of the public who may be seeking information or support.
The website is designed to offer clear and immediate support options to those who may be suffering with thoughts of suicide or people who think they know someone else who is struggling. It is hoped that the website will also be a preventative resource, offering early intervention via information on the various suicide prevention programmes taking place across Cheshire & Merseyside e.g. the men’s mental health programmes. We plan to highlight inspirational case studies and stories showcasing the fantastic programmes happening across the sub-region and their effectiveness in preventing suicide.
Additionally, the NO MORE Suicide website will be a useful resource for anyone who has been bereaved by suicide, with access to resources, signposting to suicide bereavement services and guidance on how to become part of the Cheshire & Merseyside Lived Experience Network.
The NO MORE Suicide site is also designed to be an accessible and useful resource for professionals in Cheshire & Merseyside to find information about the system wide work that the NO MORE Suicide Partnership Board leads, the vision we work towards and the strategy for realising this vision.
The launch of the website commences this coming week with a social media campaign that specifically encourage members of the public to visit and engage with the website. In this first phase of the campaign middle aged men will be directly targeted, as they are a priority group in our joint efforts to prevent suicide.
Please share the website with any partners or audiences who you feel would find it to be a useful resource.
Visit the website at www.no-more.co.uk