Annurca are offering HR managers across the nation the opportunity for a no cost, no obligation health assessment incorporating some of our new health screening processes, meaning you can experience the benefits first hand. If this is something that is of interest to your organisation and you would like some further information please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A podcast not just designed to focus on men’s mental health and well-being. It also allows mothers, sisters, daughters and female peers to gain insight that will lead to a better understanding of the troubles men often suffer in silence with.
We were founded in October 2019 by the side of a fishing lake in Ashby, by Rick Roberts & Mick Leyland, the reason being the loss of a fellow fishermen to suicide. This prompted us to start a support group as both Rick and Mick have been through similar experiences in life. what started out as just a simple support group has now grown into a great support network supporting mental health and suicide prevention. Since then, our activities have grown, prospered and expanded.
Beder is a new charity raising awareness around mental health and suicide prevention through exciting, unique and inspiring initiatives. Beder intends to increase understanding and reduce fear around the topics of mental health and suicide in order to conquer the stigma surrounding these incredibly important, yet underestimated, issues.
Blue Tea offer software development services enabling business growth. They help organisations thrive, by building innovative & bespoke software solutions such as Web Apps / Mobile Apps / API / Software Modernisation
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. And 75% of all UK suicides are male. CALM exists to change this. Join the campaign to take a stand against suicide.
Chris’s House stands for ‘Centre of Help, Response and Intervention Surrounding Suicide’ and has been set up to offer a safe environment where people in, or approaching, suicidal crisis can have a safe place to go and get professional support. This will help them to begin to recover from their current mental ill health. At Chris’s House we call anyone using our service a “Guest” and we offer an individually tailored programme for each Guest. Our guests will be assigned to a volunteer who will develop a strong rapport to help them through the crisis and support them to counter depression, negative and despairing thoughts and exchange reasons for dying with reasons for living. We truly listen to our guests and offer them appropriate therapies to aid them in their recovery journey.
Clic provides an online chat room for you to connect with others on things which matters to you, 24/7 as well as access to a host of mental health information, tools, tips and resources. Content is moderated 24/7.
The alliance is a network of voluntary and statutory organisation, individuals and businesses working together with one common cause – to support anyone who needs help, to create a mentally healthy Dorset. A critical part of our work is suicide prevention. We won’t rest until nobody in Dorset believes suicide is the only option. We are the Dorset Community Mental Health Alliance – Working together for Dorset’s wellbeing.
Dorset Mind educates, challenges mental health stigma and inequality, and encourages recovery by empowering adults and young people to develop resilience. Their 1-2-1 and group support includes active monitoring (CBT-type coaching), befriending, counselling, mentoring and a range of support groups across Dorset. These help people regain social skills and develop confidence. The charity also delivers educational wellbeing programmes for schools and workplaces and provides volunteer opportunities across all areas of the organisation.
FinWELL are a financial education and wellbeing training provider for employers of all sizes in the public and private sector. Their mission is to help people understand and improve financial wellbeing, leading to healthier relationships with money and better mental health. They do this through employee surveys, educational content, employer branded microsites, interactive group workshops, 1-1 guidance and coaching sessions and leadership training.
Find a Helpline is the largest, most accurate helpline resource in the world. We hold relationships with helpline organisations and crisis centers in over 100 countries, who verify their information with us directly.
First Person Project provides people with the correct tools and guidance needed to allow them to navigate the stages of mental health awareness for themselves. They provide a safe space and constructive environment for people to learn how to reflect on their own experiences and personal situations.
For children and their families, young people, and adults affected by eating difficulties and disorders Our founding principles are based on the experiences of individuals who have had, are still living with, and have recovered from eating disorders and general mental health conditions.
Forces in the Community, located in Beeston, Nottingham, is a charitable organisation dedicated to helping the ex-military community. With our volunteers, staff, and partners' dedication, we strive to improve the lives of everyone who needs help within our community.
We started FormScore as a simple way to track our mental wellbeing on a day-to-day basis using a score, out of ten. From there, FormScore has evolved to be much more than a mood tracker. The App connects us with friends, family and colleagues to help support each other when we’re feeling low and celebrate when we’re riding high.
Friendly WiFi is a government-initiated safe certification standard for public WiFi. The Friendly WiFi symbol tells you where the service meets minimum filtering standards – particularly in areas where children are present. Approved venues and locations worldwide displaying the Friendly WiFi symbol have proved their service blocks access to pornography, images and videos of child sexual abuse and web pages known by the Internet Watch Foundation to host indecent images of children.
Gosport Borough Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in Gosport, Hampshire, England. The club is affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association and is an FA Charter Standard Community Club. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division South and play at Privett Park.
The Stay Alive app is a pocket suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide. In addition to the resources, the app includes a safety plan, customisable reasons for living, and a life box where you can store photos that are important to you.
Head In The Game aims to give men in the local community the chance to come together and enjoy the beautiful game. Our weekly sessions are free and for men between the ages of 18-55 of ANY footballing ability. Supported by experienced football & talking therapy coaches, each session has a focus on men’s mental health & wellbeing, providing an outlet in a secure and trusted environment.
The Hub of Hope is the country’s first nationwide mental health database, which brings help and support together in one place. The app will help people to find much needed support using their phone’s location to find key services and organisations.
HUMEN is a movement to improve and maintain men's mental health through campaigning and The HUMEN Space. Anonymous, preventative and non-clinical spaces for men to talk, listen and connect on a regular basis.
Includability provide a platform for employers with a commitment to treating people fairly. Through engagement, collaboration and building a community of like-minded people, we aim to inspire, empower and facilitate positive change.
Jacobs One Million Lives aim to start a movement that reaches over one million people globally by: Equipping people with a tool to understand and improve their mental health, creating ripple effects as we encourage sharing it with friends, family and colleagues, encouraging open conversation about mental health.
Suicide is still the single leading cause of death of men under 50. James’ Place wants to make sure that help is available for every man facing a suicidal crisis and support them to find hope for the future. Working with health partners to deliver a service to men whose needs have not been met by traditional services.
Journals helps children and young people (or the team around the child) to express themselves and communicate with family and professionals, and our in app communication makes sure everyone is heard. Capture a young persons activity moments and their voice, at the point of care, so they can be shared privately and securely and also assist in demonstrating best practice. Utilised in children's services for journaling, sending multimedia activity updates and much more...
Keylu enables you to get your personal, legal and financial affairs in order, to ensure those closest to you have access, and to create and manage your legacy. All data is encrypted with options for multi-factor authentication.
Maytree is a residential respite centre for people who are feeling suicidal. Maytree offer a free 4 night, 5 day stay for adults, with the opportunity to be heard in complete confidence, in a caring, safe environment. Since they opened their doors in 2002, there has been no other non-medical residential place to stay like it in the UK.
A coalition of patients, care-givers, medical professionals and campaigners from wildly different backgrounds that are seeking to address systemic problems within the mental health care provision of the UK.
Our team have many years experience working within the mental health & wellbeing fields. From qualified mental health first aiders and clarity™ certified coaches to Samaritan listeners , we have one thing in common - we care about people & we're good at what we do.
Mind, Brain, Body cic (MBB) is a start-up community interest company that aims to support young people. Our purpose is to raise awareness of mental health difficulties amongst young people and to support young people to maintain their mental health and overall well-being using interactively holistic activities including Lego-based therapy, creative arts, sports and mindfulness.
Mindcanyon's mission is to provide mental health, workplace well-being and suicide first aid education and training to organisations across the globe. Their vision is for every person, in every organisation, in every country to be treated equally regardless of any mental health issue or illness.
MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people with experience of mental health issues. We work to improve the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ communities and to make mental health a community concern.
Mindset has developed their own online platform that can deliver ready made or customised training direct to teams. They also deliver MHFA England Adult Mental Health First Aid courses both online and in classroom settings. Mindset has also established free resources to help amateur and grassroots sports clubs improve the well-being of their members.
Following the tragic loss of Molly Rose, the Russell family and their friends have successfully registered a charitable foundation in Molly’s memory. The aim of the Molly Rose Foundation is suicide prevention, targeted towards young people under the age of 25. We want to help spot those suffering from mental illness and connect them to the help, support and practical advice they need
NMA Campers Ltd provide high quality Campervans with an after service to match. Based in Hampshire, we have the biggest selection of Toyota Alphards on the South Coast! Repeat business and recommendations are where most of our sales come from. Secure first refusal on vehicles en route from Japan with a holding deposit which is fully refundable upon test drive/viewing.
R;pple is proud to be a member of the National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA). The NSPA are an alliance of public, private, voluntary and community organisations in England who care about suicide prevention and are willing to take action to reduce suicide and support those affected by suicide.
No Limits No Limits is an award-winning, local, independent charity providing a unique combination of prevention, early intervention and crisis support to young people, based on a nationally evidenced model. We provide information, advice, counselling and support through a range of services available ‘under one roof’.
The Oli Leigh Trust offers grant funding to organisations in the UK who work to reduce the rate of suicide and self-harm among young people by offering training, education and support. We all have a responsibility and we all have a sense of duty to provide our children with a future.
HOPELINE247 is a free and confidential support and advice service (provided by PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide) for young people under the age of 35 who are experiencing thoughts of suicide; anyone concerned that a young person could be thinking about suicide; or a professional who wants to debrief after an encounter with suicide.
PeerTalk PeerTalk's vision is to establish a UK wide network of volunteer facilitated peer support group meetings for people who experience depression and to offer support to their families. In addition to establishing peer support group meetings, PeerTalk aims to inform and equip individuals and communities to make a positive response to mental health issues.
Our penetration test services are delivered by experienced security consultants and are designed to uncover vulnerabilities within the set target, to manually verify whether these could be exploited by a malicious threat and provide clients with the comprehensive remediation advice they need to improve their security situation.
Peppermint Wellness provides coaching programmes. Candles and incense are not on the agenda – neither is a dry lecture that eats into valuable time with no lasting benefit to you as an individual or your organisation. Founder, Suzy Glaskie, aims to bring you a fun, interactive and impactful experience designed to have a measurable and lasting effect on your wellness.
The QBE Foundation was set up in 2011 to support charities around the world and to date we have donated more than £10m to good causes. Through our efforts with like-minded charities we seek to build strong, sustainable, and inclusive communities that have a positive impact for people, our customers, and broker partners. We support charities in a variety of ways, from matching employee fundraising efforts, encouraging employee volunteering and providing grants to charities that align with Climate Resilience and Inclusion.
We are one of the world’s oldest general insurers, providing peace of mind to individuals and protecting small businesses and large organisations from uncertainty. We use our capabilities to anticipate and exceed customer expectations and improve outcomes for customers via our direct channel, our broker relationships or partner organisations.
RMH aims to spread positivity and awareness to as many people as we can, there is a stigma and we don't like it. We aim to help as many people as we can through talking, fundraising, friendship building and many more ways.
Rise of Happiness is a movement to help people become happier. Our free magazine includes inspirational stories of people on their own journeys, expert health and wellbeing tips and healthy vegetarian recipes. Everything in our magazine promotes a happier and healthier life.
Rural Mental Health Matters (RMHM) is a Dorset-based, national Social Enterprise, focused on tackling mental and physical health inequality. Where people live and the disabilities they live with should not be a barrier to accessing care and support.
Sean’s Place aim to improve men’s mental health and well-being through sessions specifically identified to improve confidence and self-esteem whilst reducing symptoms of stress and anxiety. Sessions are solution-focused and provide techniques and experiences that can be used to support you at home, in the workplace and in the community.
Our vision is for a world where everyone experiencing a mental health issue receives support and respect. Our mission is to make sure anyone in our community experiencing a mental health issue has somewhere to turn to for advice, information and support.
Sporting Wellness is a registered charity, that provides free, professional, mental health support for all representative sports people aged 16 or over, based in the United Kingdom. We believe that every representative athlete should have access to a robust, mental health support system to give them the best chance at sporting success. We are also dedicated to creating a parity between mental and physical health in sport, with mental wellness being just as important as physical fitness. Athletes who are approved into our support system receive access to a professional mental health support platform, enabling them to counselling services, a 24-7 helpline, self-help programmes and much, much more.
Start the Conversation believes that together we can all help prevent suicide by learning how to talk about it, openly and honestly, without fear or judgement. We deliver evidence-based suicide prevention training courses to organisations and communities, shattering fear and stigma and inspiring confidence to talk.
Stigma Statistics is enabling suicide prevention through data and technology. The Suicide Tracking, Analysis & Reporting ('STAR') platform enable more timely support for the bereaved, better intervention and prevention strategies.
At Suicide&Co, our aim is to start a conversation about suicide-related grief. We recognise that an end like this, should be the start of many new conversations. Suicide&Co provide counselling, support and a helphub packed with useful resources.
The Support After Suicide Partnership brings together suicide bereavement organisations and people with lived experience, to achieve a vision that everyone bereaved or affected by suicide is offered timely and appropriate support.
SupportLine provides a confidential telephone helpline offering emotional support to any individual on any issue. The Helpline is primarily a preventative service and aims to support people before they reach the point of crisis. It is particularly aimed at those who are socially isolated, vulnerable, at risk groups and victims of any form of abuse.
The Creative Mental Health Charity provide mental health and wellbeing support services through a variety of creative mental health programmes, designed specifically to help those struggling with mental illness by providing tools to reduce the symptoms of mental illness.
On December 4th 2019, Steve Phillip received a call which would change his life forever – his son Jordan had taken his own life. Steve soon established The Jordan Legacy CIC, to provide support to those struggling with their mental health or considering suicide. Steve’s lived experience of suicide, combined with an audience of more than 20,000 followers on LinkedIn, means his story continues to be shared with a global audience of millions.
On the 5th May 2012, Jenny Rayner and her family were tragically faced with the impact of mental illness, when their daughter Lucy took her own life aged just 22. As a result, Jenny, together with her husband Stuart and daughters Emma and Rebecca, established The Lucy Rayner Foundation in 2012. The foundation has since become a big voice making big strides in the local community and nationwide, including collaborating with other national charities with shared objectives including MIND, Samaritans, Cruise and the YMCA.
The Matt Palmer Trust was founded in memory of our dear friend Matt Palmer. The Matt Palmer Trust is a UK registered charity whose goal is to support the mental well-being of people of all ages in the UK and Ireland.
The OLLIE Foundation The OLLIE Foundation is a charity set up by three parents who each lost a son to suicide. Stuart, Jane and Chris vowed to do whatever they could to prevent other parents going through the trauma they experienced and continue to go through.
The Sanguine family is A passionate group of people from different backgrounds with one common aim which is to provide a unique and innovative product, that aids and promotes positive mental health. This a team where everybody’s voice counts, and although there are set roles everybody put two hands on the wheel.
The Will Garvey Trust Foundation (WTF) exists because Will Garvey chose to take his own life aged 20. Our purpose is simple – no-one else should experience suicide or the loss of a loved one to suicide. We seek a future where our ‘talking’ communities are suicide safe for our young people and we will reach for that by enabling young people to choose a different path. Please click the link to find out more about how we are tackling that in our local communities.
Therapy Centre Services are an established Counselling Service and an Organisational Member of the BACP providing a wide range of counselling services and solutions for individuals (adult & children) and local employers. We offer online and telephone counselling services for £30 (concessions available). Our private counselling service provides access to counselling appointments for as long as you need them, our service is not time-limited (we do not limit clients to 6-8 sessions) like many Charities or free counselling services. We aim to offer affordable and accessible counselling services to people presenting with any presenting issue, either personal or work related.
Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing. Millions of people in the UK have access via their participating employer, university, college, NHS provider or local council. All armed forces personnel, veterans and their families (16+) also have free access.
We provide mental health support through our support line and response units. Our volunteers are fully trained and qualified as Mental Health First Aiders. Our free phone line is designed to break through the stigma, judgement and the taboo around mental health. We aim to provide a service to people who need us. This is a completely free and confidential service.
We Mind & Kelly Matters was formed in 2019 after the devasting loss of our beautiful daughter, sister and friend taken from us way too young following her struggles with Mental Health. Unless you are affected or know someone struggling with Mental Health it’s difficult to understand. There is often still a stigma associated with it, leaving many to suffer in silence, our aim is to raise awareness and help to prevent suicide. We all have a role to play in looking out for friends, family and colleagues who may be suffering. Pay special attention to some of the warning signs and it could be that just a few nice words or listening to them could be saving their life. Kelly touched so many lives and will be in our hearts forever, but this charity is her legacy, we can’t let people suffer on their own with this awful illness.
Wellbeing People are a leading provider of wellbeing services. Their transformational wellbeing programme enables organisations to create a culture of optimal wellbeing and empowers individuals to live their best lives. Their digital and physical wellbeing services put people at the centre of their own wellbeing, no matter where they are in their journey.
Our aim is to promote and deliver relevant, frank and empowering educational workshops to secondary school aged students in North Nottinghamshire, on issues such as sexual consent, healthy relationships, mental resilience, family planning (with a population/planet awareness) and safety online.
Cultural diversity is at the heart of Youmanity. They believe that the differences between people and communities should be celebrated as unifying factors as opposed to divisive boundaries. People should be encouraged to keep their own language as well as being encouraged to speak the universal language of respect and consideration for others' customs and traditions.
YoungMinds empowers adults to be the best support they can be to the young people in their lives. They give young people the space and confidence to get their voices heard and change the world we live in.
The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) is a collaboration of National Health Service trusts, charities, businesses and individuals who are all committed to suicide prevention in the UK and beyond. We are an alliance of people and organisations coming together around one basic principle: Suicide is preventable.