Disclaimer
Please note:
R;pple does not provide mental health support

If you are struggling with your mental health and you are based in the UK, please contact the following free 24/7 services:

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All Questions

General
Why Should You Deploy R;pple?
How Does R;pple Work?
How to Install R;pple
The Security
The Data Privacy
The Technical Components
R;pple’s Visual Appearance
What Digital Suicide Prevention Tools Have Existed Previously?
The Impact of R;pple
Our Biggest Challenges
The Financials
The Communications
The Future Development
How to Support R;pple

Sample Staff/Colleague Email

Trigger warning: suicide

Dear colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to the next steps in our commitment to be a Suicide Safer organisation and to talk more openly about mental health and suicide prevention.

On [date], following on from conversations from World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September, we will be launching the R;pple (Ripple) browser extension on all of our machines. This ensures more help and support is given to individuals looking for harmful content online, immediately after it detects it has been searched. More information on R;pple is available on the Ripple Suicide Prevention website.

I would also encourage you to take the free 20 minute Zero Suicide Alliance free training to gain the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide.

Support signposting

The key message is if you have been affected by suicide, you are not alone. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, talk to someone, let them know what is going on and ask for help.