Each suicide is a tragic event which has a devastating impact on the friends and family of the victim, and can be felt across the whole community. While the events and circumstances leading to each suicide will be different, there are a number of areas where action can be taken to help prevent loss of life.
The Kent and Medway Suicide Prevention Strategy (2015-2020) recommends that as many people as possible are trained in mental health and suicide prevention training.
introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences
helpful strategies and support
The workshop is suitable for anyone interested in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. This includes people who work or volunteer with children and young people, as well as individuals / parents who want to learn more about how to support children and young people in a personal capacity.
Key outcomes for this workshop include:
increased awareness of suicide prevention in children and young people
increased confidence to reduce suicide risk
increased awareness of support services (via pose-course information provided)
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