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Mental Health Awareness Week May 18-24th
Staying connected is more important than ever! 

Domestic Abuse and Suicide Prevention
We've joined forces with Safer St Helens to raise awareness of the links between domestic abuse, mental health and suicide. 

#ShareYourOK 👌Social Media Campaign
Let everyone know that you think it's #OK2ASK by sharing your own selfie!

COVID-19 Cancelled Events
Following Government Advice - we regret to announce the cancellation of our annual Suicide Memorial Event & Offload Rugby League Mental Wellbeing Sessions

COVID-19 Mental Wellbeing
Suicide prevention & looking out for mental wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak

Zero Suicide Alliance Free Online Training
One life lost to suicide is one too many. Take the 20 minute FREE online training from the Zero Suicide Alliance. It could save a life. 

Every Mind Matters
A free NHS approved online tool which helps you build an action plan to deal with stress and anxiety, boost your mood, improve your sleep and help you feel more in control.

5 Ways to Wellbeing
The 5 ways to wellbeing are a set of activities which promote wellbeing, helping both Children and Young People and Adults to cope better in everyday life

World Suicide Prevention Day
Every year on September 10th, organisations around the world get together to raise awareness of suicide prevention.

BBC Radio Merseyside
Listen to St Helens Council's cultural Co-ordinator, Gary Conley discuss suicide prevention and the OK2ASK campaign with presenter Roger Phillips