Suicide prevention is a priority for the Trust but we know we can't do it alone. 

We work with our staff, health, social care and education partners, as well as our communities, to help prevent suicide.

We work alongside local and national partners to raise awareness, educate and empower people to drive change.

Everyone has a part to play and by working together, we can help prevent suicide.

In addition to working closely with local authority and other NHS and health and care organisations, we are supported by and support the following: 


Champs Public Health Collaborative coordinates the joint actions for Cheshire and Merseyside to prevent suicide through the NO MORE Suicide Strategy. The strategy and details of the organisational structure and governance can be found at

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National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide Safety in Mental Health (NCISH) 

The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health (NCISH) is an internationally unique project.

It has collected in-depth information on all suicides in the UK since 1996. Its recommendations have improved patient safety in mental health settings and reduced patient suicide rates, contributing to an overall reduction in suicide in the UK. It's evidence is cited in national policies and clinical guidance and regulation in all UK countries.

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