Why is it important for you to share you...
Why is it important for you to share your experience with others?
Julie Martin wants to help others after experiencing the devastating effect her husband's gambling had on her and her children and which led him to take his own life.
Episodes in this series
Gambling With LivesThe Circle,Sheffield ,S1 4FW
Gambling with Lives was set up by the families and friends of young people who have taken their own lives as a direct result of gambling.07732 958 306
Leeds Suicide Bereavement ServiceClarence House,Leeds,LS184LB
Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service provides compassionate support for people bereaved by suicide in the Leeds, West Yorkshire area.0113 3055800
Suicide Bereavement UK6-8 Taper Street,Ramsbottom,BL0 9EX
Suicide Bereavement UK conducts suicide bereavement research, provides consultancy on postvention and develops and delivers evidence-based and evaluated training.01706 827 359
Suicide&Co2 Park Lane,Cirencester,GL7 2BS
Supporting those bereaved by suicide, because suicide always has company.Not Listed
Paul’s Place Suicide Bereavement263 Townsend Lane,Liverpool,L13 9DG
A free specialist postvention bereavement counselling service, for those bereaved by suicide0151 226 0696
Support After SuicideThe Upper Mill,Epsom,KT172AF
The Support After Suicide Partnership strives to provide individuals who have been bereaved by suicide with appropriate and timely support.020 8394 8300
The leading provider of support for anyone affected by problem gambling in Great Britain.020 7801 7000
Belfast Gamblers Anonymous23-29 Little Patrick Street,Belfast,BT151BA
Gamblers Anonymous is a Fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and help other compulsive gamblers do the same.02890 249185
My life was never the same but everything around me was stable which really helped.
United to Prevent Suicide
United to Prevent Suicide is a social movement of people from all across Scotland, we are united in a shared belief that each and every one of us has a role to play in preventing suicide.
The Tomorrow Project
The Tomorrow Project is a confidential suicide prevention project that has been set up to support individuals and communities to prevent suicide.
Gambling With Lives
We're a community of families bereaved by gambling-related suicide that provides support, raises awareness of gambling disorder's devastating effects and campaigns for change
Have Your Mate's Back - Mind
Encouraging football fans to look out for their mates, and wear their shirts back to front, to support better mental health in football.
Gary Speed's Death: A Day that Shook Football
Ten years on from Wales' manager taking his own life, team-mates, friends, colleagues and confidantes relive 24 hours that changed everything.
FC United - Laura Montgomery & Clare Shine
The Glasgow City FC pair sit down and talk about their lived experiences, loss, mental health, and the positive impact of football.