We all deserve to enjoy life and feel good about ourselves. Sometimes however life can be tough. Whether you’re feeling great and want to stay that way, you’re a bit fed up; or you’re struggling to manage your feelings, this site has links to information and tips ranging from how to boost your mood, to where to get help if you’re unable to cope. The site has been developed for people living in Warrington, so some of the services are for local people only. The words indicate which services are aimed at Warrington residents. Many of the links are for national sites however, so the information will be relevant wherever in England you live. So that it's easier for you to find what you're looking for, we've divided the site into different sections.Click the blue buttons above to find information that's right for you. If you need help right now, click "I need urgent help" above. Thirty Days focussing on Suicide Prevention: 10 September 2019 – 10 October 2019 This year the theme for both World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) and World Mental Health Day (WMHD) is suicide prevention. We’re asking organisations in Warrington to help make a difference by getting involved in suicide prevention work in the 30 days from WSPD (10 September) to WMHD (10 October). Ways that you could get involved include: taking one of the suicide prevention training sessions (see below) downloading and using some of the free suicide prevention resources, from the front line workers' page of this site promoting WSPD and WMHD on social media, or encouraging your workplace to (Warrington's Public Health Team can provide suggested wording and images) Downloading and familiarising yourself with the Stay Alive App (which includes details of Warrington support services) More details about the campaign days are below, along with information about free suicide prevention and mental health promotion resources. World Suicide Prevention DayThe theme of World Suicide Prevention Day is “working together to prevent suicide” this encourages us all to play a part and make a difference. It emphasises that suicide is often preventable and that by listening without judgement, educating ourselves and others, challenging stigma and working together, we can all help to save lives. World Mental Health DayThe aims of WMHD 2019 are to challenge mistaken views of suicide; to enable people to identify risk factors for suicide; and to learn how to address them. You can find more details about the campaigns on the World Suicide Prevention Day and the World Mental Health Day webpages. Support Services Urgent supportIf you are looking for information about support for someone in crisis, then click the "I need urgent help" button above. Bereavement supportThis site includes details of organisations and websites which offer information, support or advice to people who have experienced bereavement. Some of the organisations listed were set up specifically to support people bereaved by suicide, others have a page, or section relating to bereavement by suicide. To find information about bereavement support: Click the “adults” button or the "older people's" button above Then scroll down to the heading “organisations offering bereavement support” Free Suicide Prevention Training Basic Suicide Prevention Warrington’s Public Health Team offers a free half-day Basic Suicide Prevention training session. The session is for front line workers and volunteers, from not-for-profit organisations, which support people in Warrington. The purpose of the session is to: enable people to recognise when someone might feel suicidal increase people’s confidence to raise the issue of suicide with people they're concerned about increase people’s knowledge of support services DatesThe session will be delivered on the dates below, all sessions are 9.30am-1.00pm. To book a place on one of the sessions, click the date you want to attend and follow the instructions below. 8 October 2019 16 October 2019 31 October 2019 13 November 2019 5 December 2019 28 January 2019 Booking a placeIf it’s your first time using the online booking system, you’ll need to register before you can book on. Once on the site, just click the “sign up” link (top right on the Training Hub website), fill in the form and submit. It may take one or two working days before you receive confirmation that your registration is complete. If you’ve booked on to training through this system before, then you’ll already be registered and once you’ve logged into the site you’ll be able to book a place on the session. CostsThe Basic Suicide Prevention session is free, but charges are made for late cancellation, non-attendance and attending if you’re not eligible. You can download the cancellation and non-attendance policy as a PDF here. If you have any queries about training bookings, or charges please email email@example.com. Online suicide prevention training We'd encourage anyone interested in suicide prevention training to attend the taught session, outlined above. We recognise however, that due to demands on time this might not be possible for everyone. If you are unable to attend the taught session, then you might be interested in one of the free online suicide prevention sessions. For more details click the blue “front line workers” button (top right on this page), then scroll down to the heading “free online suicide prevention training". Free suicide prevention resources to download The front line workers' page on this site also has a section on free suicide prevention resources, provided by different organisations.The materials listed in this section include: anti-stigma resources flowcharts for routes into services safe plans leaflets for people bereaved by suicide leaflets for people who feel suicidal details of free online and taught suicide prevention training To find this information just click the blue “front line workers” button (top right on this page), then scroll down to the heading “suicide prevention resources”. Free, Happy? OK? Sad? materials Happy? OK? Sad? materialsIf you'd like to order some of the free, Happy? OK? Sad? materials, to signpost people to this site, then please complete and return this PDF order form. (Please note, the materials are only available for distribution in Warrington). In Your Cornerfree mental health resources, for men and young people The aim of Warrington's In Your Corner campaign is to encourage men and young people, to look out for their mates; and to be more supportive of people experiencing mental health problems. For more information, including details of how you can book the local campaign resources for your venue, click here.