If you or someone you know is in danger of suicide, please seek help immediately. You should:

  • Call 999;
  • Call Lifeline on 0808 808 8000;
  • Use your local emergency department.

Don’t try to manage your or someone else’s suicidal thoughts on your own. Remember, thoughts about suicide are just that – thoughts. They won’t last forever and often they pass quickly. Many people who have had serious thoughts about suicide have said that they feel completely different only hours later.
You can read more by following the links below:



Mindset is a mental and emotional health and wellbeing awareness programme for adults and young people aged 14-17.

Pocket Guide for Worry

Worry and anxiety are commonplace across Northern Ireland, and with the added strain of coronavirus, strengthening our resilience is more important than ever. Developed by the South Eastern HSCT in partnership with ASCERT, Dealing with worry in difficult times is a phone friendly booklet which aims to give people ideas to reduce worry and look after their wellbeing, and offers a guide to resources people have found helpful across Northern Ireland.

Steps to deal with stress

This booklet provides tips and practical advice on coping with stress in your life. It covers areas such as recognising stress, coping better, learning from bad experiences and taking action now. Simple steps such as relaxation exercises and talking to someone can help you feel better and put you in a better frame of mind for dealing with your problems.

Take 5 steps to wellbeing (English and 11 translations)

Most of us know when we're mentally and physically well, but sometimes we need a little extra help to stay that way. This leaflet and poster outline five simple ways to maintain and improve mental wellbeing.