If you have been bereaved or affected by suicide and you would like to talk with one of our volunteers about your experience, you can get in touch in the following ways:
Email – write to email@example.com
Helpline – open 9am to 9pm, 0300 111 5065
030 numbers are specially designed for not-for-profit organisations, charities and public bodies to offer consumers a single point of contact nationally.
The BBC, the Met Police, the RSPCA, Oxfam, Relate, some local councils, Ofcom and a number of government departments use 030 numbers. How much do calls cost? Calls cost no more than calls to geographic (01 and 02) numbers and must be included in inclusive minutes and discount schemes in the same way. Calls from landlines are typically charged up to 9p per minute; calls from mobiles typically cost between 8p and 40p per minute. Calls from landlines and mobiles are included in free call packages. We have no information on charges relating to Pay As You Go tariff, please contact your provider for more information.
Local Groups – find a local support group near you.
You can find out more about how we and other organisations can help here.
We are very sorry but our services are for over 18’s only – if you are younger than this, please click here to find out more.
Our national office cannot provide support services for people bereaved by suicide, but if you have general queries about our charity, requests for information or would like to find out about volunteering or fundraising, you can reach them in the following ways:
Call us: 0115 944 1117
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to us at:
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide,
If you are reporting, writing or broadcasting about suicide – real or fictional – we encourage the following to support sensitive and responsible media coverage:
- Please include details of our charity at the end of your piece – “If you have been bereaved by suicide, support is available from Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide – www.uk-sobs.org.uk”
- Use the Samaritans Media Guidelines