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Suicidal And Self Harm Thoughts

This can feel like a really tough place to be and sometimes it feels like there is no way out but ending it all. 

Suicide Advice for men mental health

If you are living in the UK:

  • Contact your local CRISIS team (they are open 24/7). Put CRISIS TEAM and your city/location into google and call them. They are specialist teams designed to help you overcome these thoughts quickly and give you emergency support.
  • Go to A&E or ring 111. Feeling imminently suicidal is considered an emergency, just like having difficulty breathing or choking. You can ring for emergency help or go to A&E where support is available 24/7. 
  • Get yourself away from anything that may cause you to hurt or harm yourself. Do not drive.
  • Implement your Suicide Crisis plan if you have one. 
  • Speak immediately to a trusted family member or friend and be with them.

If you are outside the UK:

  • Please contact your local doctor, or healthcare provider or emergency department immediately
  • Get yourself away from anything that may cause you to hurt or harm yourself. Do not drive.
  • Implement your Suicide Crisis plan if you have one.
  • Speak immediately to a trusted family member or friend and be with them.
Men's Suicide Advice

When you are feeling better

Once you are feeling better after doing the above and getting specialist support, you can come back and access the therapy again.

Free suicide prevention module

You can access the free suicide and self harm prevention CBT module below. We recommend you do this only after you are feeling better and not having active suicidal thoughts. It is not a replacement for getting immediate medical help now.