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Preventing Suicide in England: A Cross-Government Outcomes Strategy to Save Lives

Government of the United Kingdom Country Resources Suicide Prevention United Kingdom 10 September 2012 Policy document psychosocial, self harm

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A new strategy intended to reduce the suicide rate and improve support for those affected by suicide. The strategy sets out key areas for action; states what government departments will do to contribute; and brings together knowledge about groups at higher risk, effective interventions and resources to support local action. It is based upon two foundational goals: a reduction in the suicide rate in the general population in England; and better support for those bereaved or affected by suicide.

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