The SAIL project offers support for people who have been bereaved by suicide.

Those bereaved by suicide are significantly at risk of dying by suicide compared to the general population. Hence, the importance and need of this project.

It greatly focuses on supporting an individual in the immediacy of their loss, both emotionally and practically.

Our liaison worker will be able to reach out to offer support within a 4 –day period of the referral.


 


 

“Suicide bereavement is multi-faceted and has been succinctly described as grief with the volume turned up”

Winston’s Wish (2011)


 


 

What support is offered?

Support is person centred and will depend on the need of the particular individual. This could be things such as:

- Providing a listenting ear

- Liaising with Coroner’s office, Police, funeral directors etc.

- Explaining legal proceedings

- Signposting and navigating around other sources of support that are available locally

- Emotional and moral support prior to and during the inquest


 


 

Who can access SAIL?

The Sail project is available to anyone over the age of 18 who lives in Norfolk and Waveney area. The majority of our referrals come from Coroner’s office, however we do accept referrals from other agencies and self- referrals.

Get in touch

If you like to know more about The Sail Project, please contact us on bereavement.liaison@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk

Great Yarmouth Office

28-31 Deneside
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
NR30 3AX
Tel: 0300 330 5488

 

Norwich Office

50 Sale Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR7 9TP
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

King's Lynn Office

Saunders Yard
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1PH
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

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