How have
you been

When was the last time you checked-in with a colleague? Do you check-in with colleagues as much as you do the people you support through your work? How regularly do you check-in on your own mental health?
About Check-In

About the campaign

The Check-In campaign aims to prevent staff suicide and promote a wellbeing culture by normalising the conversation around suicide and mental health as well as providing training, resources and signposting for support.

‘Staff’ includes all colleagues, working and volunteering, in organisations, across the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership area.

Whether front-line, office, service or community based, everyone works incredibly hard to provide great care. Through Check-In we are inviting mental wellbeing conversations as common place, without fear of judgement, within all teams, departments and roles.

Across West Yorkshire and Harrogate organisations are working together to create a culture in which we acknowledge ourselves as people in and outside of work.

We’re probably the poorest at taking care of our colleagues’ mental health as well as our own.”

A medical administrator

Take the training.
Save a life.

In 20 minutes, Zero Suicide Alliances’s suicide awareness training gives you the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide. The focus is on breaking stigma and encouraging open conversations.

ZSA Suicide Awareness Training

Helpful resources
& support.

Resources have been collated by the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership. Whether checking-in with your own mental wellbeing or that of a colleague, working or volunteering, you’ll be able to find the support you need here.    

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Wakefield Safe Space

A non-clinical service for those suffering mental health crisis in Wakefield. You can meet in person ,over zoom or access support by phone, available Friday to Sunday by calling 07776 962 815. Contact them if you’re feeling isolated and alone and want to talk to someone in confidence.

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SMaSH society

A group of people in Wakefield who help and support each other during good and bad times. Contact them if you are feeling socially isolated, or would just like to be part of something special in the Wakefield

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It's okay to talk


A talking group for men you don’t have to be suicidal or have a mental health problem, they just want to get men talking. WHY? Because it’s often said men don’t talk and ANDYSMANCLUB wants to break this stigma.

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24 hour mental health helpline

Call 0800 183 0558 for 24 hour support, advice and information and guidance. A confidential helpline for anyone seeking support for their mental health

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Spirit in Mind

Spirit in Mind is an innovative project that brings together community-based spiritual organisations in collaboration with the Trust.

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Live Well Wakefield

The Live Well Wakefield team consists of Live Well advisors who promote health and wellbeing in adults 18+ in the Wakefield District. They offer a referral-based service and are able to discuss with you the options available to support you with maintaining your health and wellbeing.

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Creative Minds

Creative Minds uses creative approaches and activities in healthcare to increase self-esteem, provide a sense of purpose, develop social skills, help community integration and improving quality of life.

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Wakefield Recovery and Wellbeing College

Free courses and workshops, that promote wellbeing and good health. Workshops have been designed and are delivered by professionals and also by those with lived experience.

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South West Yorkshire Partnership In Crisis

If you currently receive a service from the South West Yorkshire Partnership you can contact the team who provides you with care and treatment.

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Thank you

Thank you to Lippy People, a charity in Leeds, for sharing their personal stories with the Partnership.

Watch the short films from Leeds Men’s Suicide Bereavement Service and Kaleidoscope+ Group (Midlands suicide postvention and prevention support): Steve’s story, Darrell’s story, Paul’s story, Julie’s story, Melanie’s story, Hanka’s story and Tracy’s story.

Promote the

Are you in a position to roll out Check-In across your organisation? If so visit the campaign toolkit and help spread the campaign message.

Already signed up? Access the toolkit here.

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