For all your mental health Support
Thank you for visiting our site and welcome to SOS.
Being a small charity brings huge challenges, not least, being able to serve the huge demand we’ve seen for our phone support services since they started in August 2020 and especially now we are rolling out our face to face events – a welcome comeback for meetings that proved hugely successful and very well attended.
If you are in crisis, feeling vulnerable or need to talk about your mental health in general, then please get in touch via our helpline.
SOS ADVOCATES PIA
suicide Prevention, Intervention & Awareness
Our phone lines help support vulnerable children and adults. Our number is a standard rate charge. However it’s touched your life, if you need mental health and/or suicide support, we are here
(including Bank Holidays)
To help ensure safety and assurance to our service users, our phone support volunteers are all holders of enhanced check certificates. When we are closed, please call 999 if there is an immediate risk to the life and safety of you, or someone else.
Please do not use our 0300 for general enquiries, this is our support line number only and volunteers will be unable to assist you. If you have feedback, comments or wish to make a complaint, then you can read how to do this by scrolling to the bottom menu on the home page
If you want to apply to join SOS as a volunteer, then you should read the information and complete our application form where applicable or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please complete the form where applicable rather than emailing, which simply slows down the application process and may, in cases, result in delays. Please note, applicants may not be contacted until the week before training and should not be concerned.
Please allow up to 7 working days for an email response.
For general communication (excluding feedback or volunteering) our email is email@example.com
Compassion in society
‘SOS is about building individual and collective resilience, empowering everyone to recognise their own self worth. We aim to eradicate shame, stigma and silence that can inhibit necessary conversations around emotional illness and suicide’
‘Taking the time to ask someone how they are feeling could be the lifeline they have been needing’ (SOS Silence of Suicide)
Learn more about what Compassion means
Mental Health & Suicide Support For Everyone
Suicide PREVENTION, INTERVENTION & AWARENESS (PIA)
SOS Silence of Suicide hope to support people and encourage self belief and confidence.
We always try to encourage people to realise that even when all around seems dark, by looking that bit harder, the tiny ray of hope is there, and can become bigger
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If you’re considering applying to volunteer with us, listen to what our volunteer Erica says about the role.
Interested? Then check out all our volunteering roles and apply today!
Our next training dates are: 18th & 19th October 2022
Please ensure you are able to complete training on both days as we cannot separate modules 1 & 2 training programmes, thank you
Do you have what it takes to become a Volunteer?