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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Sample Webpage Communication

We have installed the R;pple browser extension onto all our computers. R;pple recognises if a person searches for harmful keywords or phrases related to the topic of self-harm or suicide and provides signposting to 24/7 free mental health support at a time when people are most vulnerable.

No data or personally identifiable information is captured by the extension – find out more on our FAQs [link].  The R;pple team developed the content of the messaging and resources in collaboration with mental health clinicians, professionals, NHS representatives, lived experience panels and the public.

R;pple is also available to add to your own browsers, on Google Chrome, Opera and Microsoft Edge browsers. For more information about R;pple visit ripplesuicideprevention.com