Suicide Prevention Training
Hertfordshire County Council and Samaritans are delivering FREE suicide prevention training to public sector frontline staff and personnel working in voluntary sector organisations in Hertfordshire. The training provides an opportunity to learn how to:
- Understand risk factors that can lead to thoughts of suicide.
- Recognise signs of suicidal thoughts and ideation.
- Develop skills to have a conversation with someone at risk
- Engage someone in conversation sensitively and effectively.
- Explore strategies to keep someone safe.
- Refer someone to the emergency and/ or support services.
Find out more and book your place at Suicide Prevention Training.
Promoting Mental Wellbeing Through Physical Activity Programme
Hertfordshire County Council Public Health are currently funding 15 local projects that are promoting mental wellbeing through physical activity. Activities range from football to yoga to gardening.
For more information on local projects under the Promoting Mental Wellbeing Through Physical Activity Programme, please email [email protected].
At least one in four Hertfordshire residents will experience mental health problems at some point in their lives. Togetherall can help to prevent mental health unwellness with a range of support, courses, and advice with the additional benefit of professionals monitoring for any signs of distress.
Togetherall has a community full of people from all walks of life, coming together to get (or give) the mental health support they need. Someone, somewhere will understand how you’re feeling and they’d love to hear your story.
You can join the Togetherall community in Hertfordshire today for FREE at togetherall.com