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Today is World Suicide Prevention Day – in Bristol too

World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is World Suicide Prevention day and here in Bristol, it is important to mark World Suicide Prevention day and think about services working towards suicide prevention. World Suicide Prevention Day is marked on 10th September every year and is organised by the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) in association with the United Nations. It is a day when charities that work with mental health services, homelessness, and substance misuse can unite with humanitarian organisations, refugee services, domestic abuse, traumaRead More …

Telling Your Story Once

Complex needs is a tricky area to understand, compartmentalise and treat.  Address one area, and the other may come to the surface.  Aggravated and in need of attention.  Put down the drugs and if not treated, the mind can go.  Usually, it is true to say that when support gets offered in one area, the others follow suit.  But the existing system is not set up to address them all together. That’s why IF Group Bristol are getting involved inRead More …

Duchess of Cambridge speaks out for Children’s Mental Health Week

HRH Kate Duchess of Cambridge Childrens Mental Heath Week

Wife of the 2nd in line to the British throne, HRH Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has recorded an emotional video to help raise awareness and reduce the stigma attached to mental health in children. She says that she and husband, Prince William have seen how children have suffered from bereavement, bullying, domestic violence, family breakdown and more. This leads to serious issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction and self harm”. Children’s Mental Health Week takes place 16th-22nd February 2015. Children’sRead More …