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This publication lists the support which is available for those who have been bereaved by suicide within local areas.

An overview of rates of suicide and, where available, self-harm in Scotland. It draws on the international epidemiological evidence to summarise the factors that make societies and individuals more or less at risk of suicide and self-harm and, reviews of international effectiveness evidence to summarise what we currently know about the effectiveness of interventions to prevent and reduce socio-economic inequalities in suicidal behaviour

The Choose Life Co-ordinator post was tendered to the Scottish Association for Mental Health by North Lanarkshire Council.

Work is overseen by the council and by the Choose Life Implementation Group, which ensures that it is appropriately coordinated and set within the wider mental health and wellbeing framework.

The group includes equal representation from the voluntary/third sector, NHS Lanarkshire, the council and others, such as Police Scotland.

This document presents findings of the evaluation of Choose Life conducted across Angus and Dundee between October 2012 to March 2013; and reports on the extent to which Choose Life Angus and Dundee (CLAD) has had an impact in relation to tackling the issues associated with suicide since the inception of the national Choose Life strategy in 2002.

How to become a ASIST Trainer

Thursday 1 August 2013

This flow chart illustrates the steps to be followed in order to become a fully qualified ASIST trainer.

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