Liverpool based suicide prevention charity, James’ Place, have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the help that’s available to local men should they find themselves in a suicidal crisis.
James’ Place support is free and available to men aged 18 and over in the Merseyside area. You can either refer yourself or be referred by a health professional, such as a GP. James’ Place is located on Catharine Street in Liverpool and is easy to get to by foot or by public transport.
There’s lots of help available if you’re a man struggling with your mental health in Liverpool.
A list of Liverpool-based organisations who are working together to help you with your mental health:
Sean’s Place provides early intervention support to men who need help to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
Mersey Care provides adult specialist mental health, addiction, learning disability and community health services in North West England and beyond.
Person Shaped Support (PSS)
PSS is a charity that has found pioneering new ways to support people within their community, providing a better life for those with disabilities.
The Liverpool Light service is a preventative out-of-hours mental health crisis service, set up to provide a safe place for people who are experiencing or at risk of a mental health crisis.
Liverpool Football Therapy CIC
Liverpool Football Therapy is a local project encouraging adults affected by mental ill health to use football as a recovery tool or as part of ongoing therapy.
Everton in the Community
Everton in the Community deliver a range of projects to support men of all ages to help improve mental health and physical health.
The LFC Foundation is the official charity of Liverpool Football Club that harnesses the power and passion of its fans and support to improve the lives of others.
Hub of Hope
The Hub of Hope is the UK’s leading mental health support database provided by national mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma.
The Lee Cooper Foundation
The Lee Cooper Foundation provides mental health provision through a variation of different services and programmes. TLCF is run by young people, for young people and offers support to ages 11-24.
If you believe someone is thinking about suicide, or has recently attempted to end their life, @JamesPlaceUK can offer immediate help and give them hope for the future.
Find out more: jamesplace.org.uk/now-i-have-hope/
If you’d like more information about James’ Place and the services we provide, or would like to become a partner, please contact:
Tel: 0151 303 5757 (Monday to Friday, 9:30am – 5:30pm)