See the latest news stories from ZSA and mental health sector below
List of news
England Manager and football managers back suicide prevention campaign28 April 2022
England Manager, Gareth Southgate has backed a partnership, led by the League Managers Association (LMA) and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, which aims to help prevent suicide - as it is rolled out across the country.
ZSA essay competition winner announced25 April 2022
Chloe Morris is the winner of the 2021 ZSA Essay Competition!
What has been the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on crisis services?3 March 2022
Our research and development team were commissioned by the London Urgent and Emergency Care Clinical Network to review evidence to understand the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on why people present to crisis services. Read our report to see what they found...
What are you doing this #BrewMonday17 January 2022
Each year we take what is traditionally known as Blue Monday (the third Monday in January) and encourage you to take part in Brew Monday.
New suicide awareness training for university students10 January 2022
Free suicide awareness training for students has today been launched by the Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) as they try to address the concerning rates of suicide among young people.
ZSA Christmas Quiz22 December 2021
Take some time out with our ZSA Christmas Quiz
You’re Not Alone – ZSA reaches out to those in need20 December 2021
Join the ZSA in making a very special early New Year Resolution – and be prepared to save a life in 2022.
ZSA training endorsed by the Royal College of Nursing22 November 2021
The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) is delighted to announce its suicide awareness training has been officially endorsed by the Royal College of Nursing.
Sowing the seeds of care9 November 2021
From the outside, farming can seem an idyllic life. But for many of the 465,000 people working in the UK farming industry, it can be a relentless and often isolating way to live.
ZSA Essay Competition 202118 October 2021
The first annual Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) essay competition has been launched by the University of Central Lancashire on behalf of the Suicide and Self-Harm Reduction North West Network.