This online course is a reminder of the content you have gone through in your virtual training. This is a handy way to look back over what you have learnt and remind you of what to do.
There are also a number of resources available in the final section.
- To reduce and prevent suicides
- For you to have the confidence to have conversations with people who are feeling suicidal, and help them to access the support they need
Crisis Support and Helplines
If you, or someone you know, is in mental health crisis and needs medical help quickly; call 999 or go to your nearest Accident and Emergency (A&E) department.
If it is not a medical emergency, but you still need urgent help; call 111 option 2 or make an appointment with your GP.
There is now a dedicated website for people in mental health crisis, who live in West Essex and Hertfordshire: mentalhealthcrisis.org.uk
If the person is under the age of 18, ring 0800 953 0222 for Southend, Essex and Thurrock Children’s and Adolescent’s Mental Health Service (SET CAMHS)