A zero suicide city

In the UK, suicide is the leading cause of death in people aged between 15 and 24 and the biggest killer of men under 49.

In 2016, 580 people died from suicide in London.

Our aspiration

We will work with partners across the city to reduce suicides in London. We will build on existing suicide reduction and prevention initiatives by establishing a zero suicide ambition for London.

Thrive LDN will work closely with new and existing parters; councils, the NHS and others, to develop an approach to reduce the number of suicides in London – with the aspiration to make London a zero suicide city.

We will promote evidence-informed suicide prevention training and toolkits to increase uptake.

Stay tuned for more information on our ideas on reducing suicides across the city.

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We really want to hear from you

Although we have started working to think about how we make Londoners happier and healthier, we want to include as many voices as possible.

Your views count

We’re engaging in a summer long conversation about mental health and wellbeing in the capital.