Tomorrow (10 September 2020) is World Suicide Prevention Day so we invited Shannon Humphrey, a Mental Health First Aid Instructor with www.pathwaysforpositivity.com to explain how we can help. Worryingly, most people are touched by suicide at some point in their lives. A family member, partner, spouse, colleague or passing acquaintance.
White Rose Shopping Centre is working with two charities to mark World Suicide Prevention Day tomorrow, 10 September 2019. White Rose will be hosting a discussion space with literature available to take away in its Central Atrium from 10am–4pm, and will be turning its internal lights green to raise awareness
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting World Suicide Prevention Day (Monday 10 September 2018) by reminding people that it’s okay to seek help and by encouraging others to look out for those who might be feeling low, distressed or alone. Statistics show that on average, more than 6,000
The loss of a friend or relative through suicide is traumatic, so all credit to Middleton teenager Ellie Morgan who has reacted to the loss of her best friend by organising a fundraiser. Georgia Myers committed suicide earlier in the summer. Ellie said it came out of the blue. Even
Hunslet Hawks‘ 5th round Ladbrokes Challenge Cup tie against Salford Red Devils on Sunday 17 April 2016 will see the club supporting Leeds Samaritans during the Samaritans’ 50th year celebrations and awareness raising events. The team will be warming-up in Samaritans “Talk to Us” shirts, and volunteers from Leeds Samaritans