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I am really not okay

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Series : Keeping safe

Published : December 2017
Page Length : 4
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Norfolk County Council

The onset of Winter can herald the start of a difficult time for some, and with suicides higher in Norfolk than the UK average (particularly in men), Norfolk County Council’s Public Health and a range of partners are working together to ensure the information and resources are there for vulnerable people, their families and professionals. This information in this leaflet will help to support individuals considering ending their life. It also offers information on how to recognise the signs that somebody may be at risk of taking their own life as well as some useful prompts to encourage individuals to open up and talk about their feelings.


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