“James’ Place has made such a difference to my life. I feel like I’m finally looking forward to the future.” James’ Place client
Over 4,000 people die by suicide in England and Wales each year, and three quarters of these are men.
At James’ Place we stop men dying by suicide, offering free, life-saving treatment at our centres in Liverpool and London, with a third centre opening in Newcastle in early 2024. We have treated over 1,500 suicidal men since the opening of our first centre in 2018, delivering over 7,500 therapy sessions.
James’ Place is a registered charity which means we rely on voluntary donations and fundraising to continue providing our treatment to men in suicidal crisis when they need it most. Every penny you can give will ultimately help us save more lives. Building on our success in Liverpool and London, we know how crucial it is for more men across the country to be able to reach a James’ Place. That is why we are embarking on a new £10m appeal to enable us to open three further centres by the end of 2026.
You can find out how to support James’ Place using the links on the right and read some stories of men we have helped below.
If you’d like to discuss supporting James’ Place, please contact Amy Swart.