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What Makes You Happy Event
Mander Center Community Hub
6th January- 6th February 2024

Out event included an art exhibition by local artists work, different organisations occupying the community hub each day to promote their support services and activities. There was a constant theme throughout that explored What Makes You Happy in relation to the use of safety planning in suicide prevention: 
Sometimes we all struggle with dark thoughts, when we are feeling low we can follow our prepared plan to get us through. By focusing on thoughts and activities that lift our spirit, the plan can help get us throught to better times. 


Wolverhampton Suicide Prevention Stakeholders Forum is active throughput the year with events and activities. The forum is made up of many organisations working together with support and hope.



Wolverhampton Suicide Prevention Stakeholders Forum
Forum Chair:



Aspiring Futures, Base 25 , Black Country Community Inclusion, Black Country Healthcare, CCG , City of Wolverhampton Council , Digital Disability / Outside Centre, Healthwatch Wolverhampton, No Limits to Health - Cycling opportunities, P3 Charity, Public Health, City of Wolverhampton Counci, Recovery near you, Ripple, Sanctuary Base 25, Samaritans Wolverhampton, The Kaleidoscope Group, The Service User Involvement Team (SUIT), The Recovery College Black Country, The Wolves Foundation , University of Wolverhampton Student wellbeing team, Violet Project, Welfare Rights City of Wolverhampton Council, West Midlands Fire Service ,  Wolverhampton College, Wolverhampton Homes, Wolverhampton Samaritans, Wolverhampton Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum Charitable Trust ,  Wolverhampton Voluntary & Community Action, Zebra Access, Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council, African Caribbean Community Initiative (ACCI).

Wolverhampton Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum Charitable Trust


Wolverhampton Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum Charitable Trust works to prevent suicide in Wolverhampton through its activity and actions. It can also provide funding for others to prevent suicide in Wolverhampton.

What the charity does:

  • Education/training

  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives

  • Arts/culture/heritage/science

  • Other Charitable Purposes

Who the charity helps:

  • Children/young People

  • Elderly/old People

  • People With Disabilities

  • People Of A Particular Ethnic Or Racial Origin

  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies

  • Other Defined Groups

  • The General Public/mankind

How the charity helps:

  • Makes Grants To Organisations

  • Provides Advocacy/advice/information

  • Sponsors Or Undertakes Research

Where the charity operates:

  • Wolverhampton

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