Online sites with resources and advice for people having suicidal thoughts, or those with friends or loved ones they are concerned may be considering suicide.
The South West Strategic Clinical Network has created a ‘Zero Suicide Collaborative Charter’
A leaflet offering advice and guidance on talking about suicide when you feel suicidal, or to support someone who is feeling suicidal.
We are pleased to be able to add this booklet on Talking Therapies to our website. It has been produced by the Talking Therapies Involvement Group in association with Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry.
The Reader Organisation currently provides shared reading projects in Cornwall, Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Wiltshire. Their work in the South West has a health and wellbeing focus, forging strong partnerships with library services.
Devon Partnership Trust has created a Carers’ Charter. It has been developed jointly by the Trust with carers in Devon. Its purpose is to set out the Trust’s commitment to all the carers of people who use, or have used, their services.
This app takes the ever popular and evidence-based Five Ways to Wellbeing and puts them in an easy to use and flexible format. By setting activities for any of the Five Ways you can help improve your wellbeing and reflect on how your activities affect it.
Recovery Devon does not have a direct help or support line for people who are having experiences which may be difficult or distressing. We do, however, have a huge range of online resources on this blog.
Five ways to wellbeing is part of the National Foresight Campaign which developed a set of recommendations for actions to improve people’s personal wellbeing. The recommendations are based on evidence from over 400 scientists worldwide and have been proven to work.