I am concerned about someone's safety
Safety and Decision making
Safety and decision making
If you have an immediate safeguarding concern you should contact 'Customer First' on 0808 800 4005 (24 hours). In an emergency you can telephone 999 and contact the police
If you are worried about a child or adult, talk to your Safeguarding Lead within your own organisation to discuss your concerns at the earliest opportunity
For child and adult safeguarding information and to raise a concern that a child and adult is at risk visit the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership: Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership
Information and advice on Domestic Abuse
Trading Standards Information: www.suffolk.gov.uk/community-and-safety/suffolk-trading-standards/
Are you, or is someone you care about, self-harming?
The leaflet below contains information and support for people who are self-harming, their parents, carers, friends and colleagues.
Public health Suffolk has created a suicide prevention information leaflet aimed at supporting those who are experiencing suicidal thoughts. It is essential that people have access to the correct information, and resources that will help them when they are feeling desperate and unsafe.
The A4 leaflet is in two forms:
- Print-at-home version
Please feel free to share with your network/service users as needed, either via email, social media or on your organisation website, having regard to the sensitive nature of the content.
If you would like some professionally printed copies of the leaflet, please provide us with the following information, and we will send them to you as soon as possible email Louise.Biddiscombe@suffolk.gov.uk:
- Number of copies required
- Full postal address of where you would like them to be sent