Suicide Prevention

2020 – a reflection

As 2020 draws to a close, we wanted to take a look back on what has been a very difficult…

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In Memory of Hayley

This is a guest blog from PAPYRUS supporter Jessica, who lost her sister Hayley to suicide in 2019. 5th December…

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Phoebe’s story

My name is Phoebe, I’m a creative who lives in London. I was an actress who decided to move behind…

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PAPYRUS Launch New Guide For Parents

PAPYRUS has launched its new guide for parents and carers, concerned that a young person might be experiencing thoughts of…

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DrawFor launches international ‘art with purpose’ collection #DrawForYoungLives; supporting artists and suicide prevention in the young. Following the success of…

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Don’t mask how you really feel

On Friday, we launched our new campaign urging people to talk if they’re experiencing thoughts of suicide. As masks became…

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Suicide Prevention Charity launches pioneering onl...

A leading suicide prevention charity has launched a digital service to provide online care plans for vulnerable young people across…

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Warning of post-lockdown distress

The Chief Executive of PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide is warning of a longer-term problem of emotional distress for young…

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PAPYRUS’ Football Manager Win

PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide has been offered free pitch-side advertising on one of the world’s most popular video games….

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Random Acts of Kindness Day

Being kind is one of the simplest things you can do; it’s free, it’s easy, and it will boost your…

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Pupil Gives Presentation on Suicide Prevention

The following article is the transcript of a presentation given by Alex (age 14) to her Year 10 English GCSE…

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Be Your Kind of Brave

Often, when we think of bravery, we think of people running into potentially dangerous situations to save people or animals….

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