10 September 2020

suicide prevention.

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Many of us have been affected by suicide in some way – whether it’s ourselves, a loved one, or someone we know. Suicide is of concern to all of us. It is a leading cause of death among young people and men are three times more likely to take their own lives compared to women.

Thanks to the efforts of many we have made progress in reducing the number of people who die by suicide. However, in 2018, 784 people died as a result of suicide. That is two people every day.

United to Prevent Suicide is a new unifying identity for suicide prevention in Scotland. It marks a refreshed approach to preventing suicide as set out in Scotland’s National Suicide Prevention Action Plan.

We need all of us to play a role in preventing suicide. We need people like you to join the movement for change.

Together we can save lives, so let’s talk suicide.

Join the conversation  → unitedtopreventsuicide.org.uk



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