We know that men find it very difficult to ask for help, and sometimes talking about their thoughts of suicide can be a barrier to accessing services.
We provide a safe and effective intervention that is available at the point of crisis.
Together with our trained therapists, men begin to understand how they got there, what is keeping the crisis going and importantly learn new ways of coping that will help if a similar set of circumstances arises in the future.
Who we help
At James’ Place, we work with men who are experiencing a suicidal crisis. Our centre in Liverpool supports men from Merseyside who are referred to us by health professionals or have self-referred.
We are currently piloting an online service for men in East London, who are currently referred to us by our NHS partners only.
Need help now?
If you are in need of urgent help, please visit your local walk in centre or A&E as soon as possible.
You can also find immediate support by calling Samaritans or texting JP to 85258.
Request an assessment at James’ Place
If you are a man in the Merseyside area and you believe that our intervention will be beneficial to you, please request an assessment using the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of our team will get in touch with you as soon as possible and within 24 hours during working days.
If you are a GP, mental health practitioner or voluntary organisation in London and you would like to refer a man to James’ Place, please download the referral form and fill it in with as much information as possible. Please email completed referral forms to email@example.com
Please note that we are currently only taking self-referrals from men in Merseyside. If you are a man facing a suicidal crisis in London, or anywhere else, please talk to your GP.