Tomorrow Project and Harmless representatives discuss self harm and suicide prevention at a Nottingham school

Representatives from Harmless and The Tomorrow Project met with students and professionals during the mental health week on a Nottingham campus sharing information regarding our services. Students and professionals were given details about  the focus of the Tomorrow Project, being self harm and suicide prevention, raising awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health issues.

As a specialist and responsive service we offer informal support, drop-ins and training for professionals and carers. The key message communicated related to the accessibility and responsiveness of the service where we respond to identified areas of risk.

This was a great opportunity to network with professionals of other organisations who work with people with mental health issues, sharing our experience of suicide and self harm prevention and discussing the referral pathway into the service. Also meeting with students who had an opportunity to ask questions or share their experiences relating to issues of self harm or suicidal thoughts.

To contact Harmless or The Tomorrow Project, please refer to the websites:

www.harmless.org.uk

www.tomorrowproject.org.uk

 

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