Wednesday, 6 September, 2017
Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington
1:00 pm - 4:15pm

Since the launch of the NO MORE suicide strategy in 2015, good progress has been made in Cheshire & Merseyside towards achieving our ambition of zero suicide. The purpose of this year’s summit is to launch the updated NO MORE Suicide three year strategy and learn more about suicidal and self-harm behaviour.

 

Outcomes

  • Raised profile of NO MORE Suicide Strategy and Action Plan
  • Enhanced understanding of suicidal and self-harm behaviour
  • Increased knowledge of preventative interventions for children and young people
  • Engagement in local action planning across the life-stages

 

Who should attend?

Colleagues working in education, youth organisations, youth justice, health and social care providers and commissioners, CAMHS Transformation Board and Services, Directors of Children’s Services, Directors of Public Health, Councillors/Health & Wellbeing Boards, Cheshire & Merseyside Suicide Prevention Network, Public Health, GPs, CCGs, Voluntary Sector and Emergency Services

 

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