Facing the topic of suicide head on 

We are dedicated to lowering suicide rates, and we think that in order to do this effectively, we need to be involved on a national and regional level. That is why we are building alliances and having representation in groups that are working together to lower suicide rates. Check out the groups we are part of below.


We are proud members of the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP). We collaboratively work within the SASP network of organisations and charities who strive to provide appropriate and timely support to those bereaved by suicide. Https://supportaftersuicide.org.uk/

The National Suicide Prevention Alliance (NSPA) is an alliance of public, private and voluntary organisations in England who care about suicide prevention and are willing to take individual and collective action to reduce suicide and support those bereaved or affected by suicide. For more information, please visit www.nspa.org.uk/

Throughout 2018 to 2020 Pete's Dragons will be delivering a project to train emergency service personnel .

DTSPA work closely with the emergency services and other organisations to raise awareness, develop support strategies, share information and in other ways work to prevent suicide and provide support for those affected by suicide. https://dtspa.co.uk

TASC (The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities) is an alliance of the leading charities dealing with suicide prevention and mental health issues. TASC came together as an initiative to encourage collaboration and prevent duplication of efforts and funding in suicide research and prevention. Set up in November 2010, it holds quarterly meetings to discuss common goals, current research and future action. Pete's Dragons are proud to be members of TASC. For more information, please visit www.tasc-uk.org

The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN) is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK. They underpin members’ work with essential support and representation: bringing them together across localities, disciplines and sectors to improve bereavement care for children. For more information, please visit www.childhoodbereavementnetwork.org.uk/