Harmless and Tomorrow Project personnel have recently provided another information stand at a College within Nottingham. We were positioned to have the maximum visual impact of people passing the Harmless and Tomorrow Project banners; this was a great opportunity to speak informally with students, professionals, and members of the public about self harm and suicide prevention.
The self harm and suicide prevention strategies of Harmless and the Tomorrow project were promoted to raise awareness, and support our drive to reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues.
Professionals within the college demonstrated their commitment to continue the cascade of information regarding our services within future meetings where the focus would be on emotional and psychological well being of their student community.
Harmless offers a professional, ethical and responsive self harm and suicide prevention service and demands for our counselling and consultancy services continues to grow.
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