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Help is at hand - support after someone may have died by suicide

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Series : National Suicide Prevention

Published : 2015
Page Length : 1
Format : Business card
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Department of Health

A compact card with key practical and emotional support for people who may have been bereaved by suicide. It is ideal to be handed out in the first few days after the loss and it includes signposting to other sources of information and help. The card is an abbreviated version of the full Help is at Hand guide for people affected by suicide that has been produced by people who have themselves been bereaved.


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