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Gloucestershire Suicide Prevention Partnership

Suicide remains a national and local public health priority. Reducing the suicide rate in Gloucestershire has been identified as a key area for improvement in the Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

At its July 2015 meeting, the Gloucestershire Health & Wellbeing Board approved the Gloucestershire Suicide Prevention Strategy - July 2015 to June 2020

The strategy seeks to outline the shared aim of preventing suicide in Gloucestershire. The strategy has been created by, and is accountable to, the Gloucestershire Suicide Prevention Partnership Forum (GSPPF).

The GSPPF comprises partners from public, private and the voluntary and community sector, as well as people with lived experience, who have worked together to co-produce the strategy.

You can find out about some of the work that the GSPPF does here .

If you would like to know more or get involved in this work, please contact us suicideprevention@gloucestershire.gov.uk.  Please note this email address shouldn't be used in emergencies - it is not monitored 24/7 and doesn't provide immediate help or support.

Help is at Hand is a booklet (published by Public Health England) that contains practical advice, links and contact number to help following a suicide. To see an online copy of the booklet, click here.

If you need help in an emergency contact emergency services on 999.




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