People in Coventry and Warwickshire are invited to have a say on the region’s approach to prevent suicide.
To improve support, Warwickshire County Council and Coventry City Council are working together with other local organisations and services to create a new joint approach to providing information, services and support across the area to help prevent suicide. The new strategy will outline how local organisations and services will work together to achieve the vision that no one in Coventry and Warwickshire ever feels that suicide is their only option.
It is important that the views of people from all age groups and backgrounds who live and work in Coventry and Warwickshire are included in shaping this strategy. The ambitions and aims in the strategy are based on recommendations from the Coventry and Warwickshire Mental Health and Wellbeing Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), which involved residents across Coventry and Warwickshire in 2021. The JSNA can be found here: https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/directory-record/6791/coventry-and-warwickshire-mental-health-needs-assessment-2021-
Coventry and Warwickshire Suicide Prevention Partnership would like to hear YOUR thoughts on the suicide prevention strategy. The partnership will use this strategy to make positive change and needs your opinions to ensure the approach will have a positive impact.
Take part in the survey
Take part today at ask.warwickshire.gov.uk.
The survey will close on 10 July 2022.
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Why your views matter
This survey will help us to understand your thoughts on the Suicide Prevention Strategy and how it applies to you; this could be through your work or personal life experience. The survey will outline the strategy’s ambitions, priorities and how we want to want it to work for everyone. By completing the survey, you will let us know if our areas of focus are right for Coventry and Warwickshire.
Please be aware that this survey refers to suicide and suicide ideation. If you need to talk to someone, free support is available 24/7.
- immediate risk to life: call 999 or go straight to A&E
- urgent advice: call 111 or the NHS Mental Health Access Hubs on 08081 966 798
- confidential emotional support for residents across Coventry and Warwickshire: call 0800 616171
For further information and advice about suicide prevention and support available, please visit https://www.dearlife.org.uk/