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  • Who We Are

    The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities (TASC) is an alliance of the leading charities dealing with suicide prevention and mental health issues. The TASC website is an educational and resource hub. We do not provide direct services. For more information about our members and their work, please see individual core members and advisors...

  • The Problem

    Suicide is the greatest cause of death amongst young men (15-44) in the UK as well as many young women too. Every four minutes someone in the UK tries to kill themself and every hour and a half someone suceeds. 

    The World Health Organisation states that on average around 1 million people a year die by suicide; that is 1 death every...

If you are feeling suicidal right now then there is help available.

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