We’re here to say “Stay”

This World Suicide Prevention Day we’re launching a campaign to let everyone across the UK know that someone wants them to Stay.

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Help us share Stay across the UK

At CALM, we believe there’s always hope, always a reason for living. And we need you to help us reach out to anyone and everyone who’s struggling to tell them: 
“Things can change.” To say: “Just stay”. Find out why we’re putting this message on billboards across the country and how you can stand with us, united against suicide. 
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"That decision to hang in there saved my life.”

Watch. Stories. 

Stay is about sharing stories of hope, real stories that show the moment people decided to give tomorrow a chance. We know it isn’t easy - when you can’t see a way out and have reached your lowest point, it can be hard to see a way forward. But as our film shows, things can change. They can get better.

Worried about someone?

We’re asking you to reach out to anyone might be struggling. Yeah, it might be awkward at first. But it could also be the most important conversation you ever have. Facetime them. Whatsapp them. Go for a drink. It doesn’t matter how you say it, just don't let it go unsaid.

Help a mate

A message from our CEO

"The figures on suicides in the UK for 2020 show suicide rates have declined from 2019. While we welcome that decline, we must treat the latest figures with caution, and remain vigilant to the mental health risks that have arisen over the last two years.”

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Walk Against Suicide

Next month, join us as we take to the streets to walk against suicide. Walk with us at the London event, or create your own walk with friends and family. We’ll be smashing the silence surrounding mental wellbeing and remembering those we’ve lost. 

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Supporters Of The Month


No mean ‘feet’, Lucas climbed Pen-Y-Fan barefoot for CALM - the highest peak in South Wales.
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Inspired by CALM ambassador Ryan Thomas, 11-year-old Katie walked 262 miles before starting secondary school. 
Going the distance, Frankie cycled, swam and ran from Land’s End to John o’ Groats.

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