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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R;pple Usage Options

Free - No Charge

If you are one of the following individuals or organisations, you can download R;pple free of charge to safeguard your people from harmful online searches relating to self-harm and suicide:

Parents
Schools (all varieties)
Colleges and Sixth Forms
(all varieties)
Social groups
Free

Business

For small to medium sized businesses with between 250 – 4,999 employees

Download R;pple for an unlimited number of employees, customers, clients. Ripple provides mental health intervention following a harmful online search and ensures your people are encouraged to seek mental health support at a time of crisis.

Unlimited employees
Unlimited customers
Unlimited clients
£599 PCM

Large Corporate

For corporate organisations with over 5,000 employees

Download R;pple for an unlimited number of employees, customers, clients. Ripple provides mental health intervention following a harmful online search and ensures your people are encouraged to seek mental health support at a time of crisis.

Unlimited employees
Unlimited customers
Unlimited clients
£1,499 PCM

Bespoke Rate

R;pple are willing and happy to have a conversation with you and your organisation to discuss a bespoke rate to ensure you are placing an additional layer of online safety between your people and harmful online content relating to self-harm and suicide.

The following considerations will be made:

  • Number of users
  • Income of organisation
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)commitment
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Occupational Suicide Risk

“Put an additional layer of protection in place within your organisation to ensure your colleagues are provided with a message of hope and a selection of mental health resources if they are conduct a harmful online search relating to self-harm or suicide. You never know who you might be saving” – Alice Hendy, Founder & CEO of R;pple Suicide Prevention.

Males working in the lowest-skilled occupations had a 44% higher risk of suicide than the male national average; the risk among males in skilled trades was 35% higher.

The risk of suicide among low-skilled male labourers, particularly those working in construction roles, is 3 times higher than the male national average.

The risk of suicide is elevated for those working in in culture, media and sport occupations for males (20% higher than the male average) and females (69% higher); risk was highest among those working in artistic, literary and media occupations.

For females, the risk of suicide among health professionals is 24% higher than the female national average; this is largely explained by high suicide risk among female nurses.

Male and female carers have a risk of suicide that is almost twice the national average.

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