Suicide prevention and happier living for men in Lincolnshire.
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Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health aiming to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. 


Zero Suicide Alliance
Online resources and training

SOS aims through conversation, kindness & understanding, work to eradicate the shame, The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) is a collaboration of National Health Service trusts, charities, businesses and individuals who are all committed to suicide prevention in the UK and beyond. The ZSA is concerned with improving support for people contemplating suicide by raising awareness of, and promoting, FREE suicide prevention training which is accessible to all. ZSA are not a service and are not able to offer support or clinical advice.and silence that often prevents people from talking through their difficulties. SOS offers a support line 7 days a week between 4pm and midnight. Also running private and public meetings.

Mental Health Forum
Info for living a healthier, longer life

Their aim is to ensure all men and boys - particularly those in the most disadvantaged areas and communities - have the information, services and treatments they need to live healthier, longer and more fulfilling lives

Let’s Talk Loneliness
Online resources

Don’t suffer in silence, we can all help each other stay connected. Online resources.

Get Self Help
Guides, videos, workshops and more

Self help online support website for people struggling with suicidal thoughts and other issues including self help guides, worksheets, videos and downloads.


Every Mind Matters
NHS online resources

NHS resource website for low mood and more.

Tough Enough To Care
Talk about your feelings

Tough Enough To Care is aimed predominantly at men of all ages offering an opportunity to talk instead of talking about their feelings to prevent male suicide.


The Hub of Hope
Mental health support database

The Hub of Hope is the UK’s leading mental health support database. It is provided by national mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, and brings local, national, peer, community, charity, private and NHS mental health support and services together in one place for the first time.

Staying Safe from Suicidal Thoughts
Simple ways to stay safe

An online resource developed by 4 Mental Health, with input from a experts and people with lived experience (including of surviving a suicide attempt, self-harm, supporting a friend or family member or bereavement by suicide), Staying Safe offers compassion, kindness and easy ways to help keep people safe from thoughts of harm and suicide, seek support and discover hope of recovery.


Emotional support

SANE mental health support services are confidential offering non-judgemental and compassionate emotional support. Our team of mental health professionals and trained volunteers create a space where you feel safe to talk about things that are most affecting you.

Blurt it Out

Downloadable free tools

Somewhere to talk openly about depression. Increasing awareness and understanding of depression. Many downloadable free tools from the website.

Veteran’s Gateway
Help for veterans and family members/friends
Call 08‍08 80‍2 12‍12

Tough Enough To Care is aimed predominantly at men of all ages offering an opportunity to talk instead of talking about their feelings to prevent male suicide.


Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide
Men’s support group – email
Call 0300 111 5065 (9am-9pm)

Supporting those bereaved by suicide. Helpline and men's only support group that meets monthly.

Rethink Mental Illness
Living with mental illness support
Call 0808 801 0525

Advice and information service that offers practical help on a wide range of topics such as the Mental Health Act, community care, welfare benefits and carers rights. General information on living with mental illness, medications and care. There is also online resources and web chat.

Boston Rough Sleeping – Centrepoint

Specialist support for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness
Call 01205 360900

The Boston Rough Sleeping Community Project provides opportunities for those rough sleeping, recently accommodated and at risk of homelessness.

Black Barn Rural Enterprise

Supporting those with lived experience of mental health, carers and family members
Call 01790 616102

Supporting those with lived experience of mental health, carers and family members. Opportunities to volunteer, gain work experience and undertake training and qualifications.

Checking in with Lincs ADHD

Weekly drop-in support, Jubilee Halls
Call 07483 166042

Guided weekly drop-in support for adults who have ADHD or those who are supporting someone who has ADHD.

Victim Lincs
Support for victims of crime
Call 01522 947510, Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Free, independent support and information if you've been the victim of a crime at any point in your life.

Lincoln PANDAs
Support for new fathers experiencing depression
Call 0808 1961 776, 11am-10pm, 7 days a week

1 in 10 dads develop postnatal depression following the birth of their child, and the partners of women affected by perinatal mental health problems are at increased risk of depression themselves.

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