Public Awareness




Help raise awareness

Social Media

Training and resources

  • No More Suicide
    The NO MORE Suicide Partnership consists of a wide range of partners, including charity and voluntary sector organisations, people with lived experience, local Councillors, emergency services, mental health trusts, NHS clinical commissioning groups, HMP Prisons & Probation, Highways England, Public Health England and the Cheshire & Merseyside Health & Care Partnership.

  • Offload sessions 
    Successful men's mental fitness programme run by Rugby League Cares and Saints Community Development Foundation
  • Stay Alive App
    The Stay Alive app is a pocket suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.

  • 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. There are a range of free training sessions online available from the Zero Suicide Alliance. Whether you have 5 minutes, or 20 - there's a module for you. It could save a life. 
  • Headroom
    The BBC have a mental health toolkit with everyday tips, sounds to relax your mind, personal stories as well as other useful links to help you look after yourself and your loved ones.

Campaigns and media

  • 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. 
  • 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

  • Let's Keep Talking
    Cheshire and Merseyside mental health campaign encouraging people to stay connected with family and friends, to reach out to others who may be isolated or struggling at the moment and to seek help when needed.

Local projects

  • St Helens Mind Allotment
    St Helens Mind’s Allotment is a safe and welcoming environment for people who are experiencing mental health difficulties and who would benefit from fresh air, gentle exercise and company.