Our response to Scottish government's suicide prevention funding announcement13 June 2018,
A significant step in the right direction for suicide prevention in Scotland but we await a number of crucial commitments.
Seonaid's story: losing my son to suicide
Seonaid's son Dylan tragically took his own life aged 18. Here she tells the story of Dylan's death and of the lack of support her grieving family received afterwards.
Mental Health Foundation calls for new national body to drive suicide prevention in Scotland3 May 2018,
Existing structures are no longer fit for purpose. The lack of support for bereaved families is an injustice
Foundation responds to Scottish government suicide prevention consultation3 May 2018,
The draft Suicide Prevention Action Plan represents an opportunity for Scotland to become a world leader again in suicide prevention.
Losing my mum to suicide
Gina tells the tragic story of losing her mum to suicide and how she's running the 2018 London Marathon for the Mental Health Foundation.
Preventing suicide: Supporting those who don't reach out directly for help8 September 2017, Mark Rowland
Statistics can tell us a lot. They tell us that in the last recorded year (2016), 5,688 people died by suicide in Britain. But statistics don’t tell us everything.
Suicides in Great Britain: response to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics7 September 2017,
We comment on the latest suicide statistics, which show an overall fall in suicides in Great Britain.
Foundation publishes action plan to tackle Scotland's suicide rate7 September 2017,
Scotland's suicide rate is rising, but there has been an unacceptable drop in funding to prevent it.
Suicide in Scotland: It's time to talk about it6 September 2017
Our policy briefing aimed at reducing the number of suicides in Scotland after a recent rise.
Losing my daughter to suicide
Peter tells the heartbreaking story of how he lost his 19-year-old daughter Molly to suicide.