Suicide Prevention Resources

Being there for someone at risk of suicide

Last year the Glasgow City Suicide Prevention Partnership, supported by Glasgow City HSCP, commissioned Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH) to develop a guide for people who are supporting someone at risk of suicide. The guide is available to help you to take care of yourself and those that you support.

Suicide Prevention Videos

Suicide Prevention Resources Directory - a list of organisations, contacts and websites, providing suicide prevention information. 

Read Between the Lines posters

Suicide prevention activities

National Suicide Prevention Week

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership release a series of articles, briefings and celebrity tweets during National Suicide Prevention Week. Contact the Communications Team at for further information on the Partnership's involvement during the event.

Support for those bereaved by suicide

After a suicide – information for those bereaved or affected by suicide: After a Suicide information and downloadable guide

Funded by Choose Life, Scotland’s national strategy and action plan to prevent suicide, this leaflet offers help with the practical issues that need to be faced after a suicide, it talks about some of the emotions those affected might be experiencing and suggests some places where help is available.

If someone dies by suicide, there is support available.

Watch the "Still in Our Hearts" video - Thirteen Squared 

Bereavement and Blether

Have you lost someone to alcohol, drugs or suicide? Our Bereavement and Blether Café sessions are back on. The Bereavement and Blether Cafe runs a fortnightly peer support group for people who have been bereaved through suicide, alcohol or drugs.

For book a place or get more information: