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A lot of people need us. That’s why our volunteers are always around to give anyone who is struggling to cope the space and time to talk.


Find out about joining Samaritans


Volunteers urgently wanted for our Whitehaven branch. Full training and support provided. Come along to our next information session held at our branch at 23 Church Street, Whitehaven to find out more.


Date: Sunday 30 September, 2pm


Selection session will take place on Sunday 7 October from 2pm. Initial training will begin Tuesday 16 October for 10 weeks (Tuesday or Wednesday evening 7-10pm for ten sessions).


Get in touch to find out more volunteer@wcsams.plus.com 0333 335 0414* www.samaritans.org/westcumbria *Local call charges apply. Samaritans of West Cumbria is a charity registered in England andWales (1171211)


Coast to Coast Walk


for the Samaritans 192-mile fundraising campaign... AND our 51st Birthday!


Many thanks to Sue Hayman MP, for starting the Samaritans Coast to Coast Walk in St. Bees recently.


Volunteers from around the north of England walked in relay teams for the 192-mile trek. One of our volunteers from West Cumbria Samaritans walked the whole route with partner and Smartie the dog.


Samaritans began as a suicide prevention service in 1953. The West Cumbria Samaritans began in 1967, when a branch was set up in Whitehaven and we have provided a continuous service since that date. So,


we now celebrate our 51st birthday!


Our service provides emotional support in times of crisis. Support is provided by telephone, email, text and face-to-face. We have a free number 116123, confidentiality and anonymity are guaranteed.


Emotional distress or suicidal thoughts are often associated with a crisis, a stressful life or personal loss. Most often - 60% or more of those attempting suicide, have a mental health problem, perhaps related to depression or other illness. Often, a person with suicidal feelings experiences an ambivalence: the wish to die existing at the same time as a wish to be rescued and saved.


Locally, the number of suicides in Cumbria is above the national average. There were 70 deaths recorded as suicide in Cumbria in 2016 and this number is likely to be a substantial under- statement.


Would you be able to help as a volunteer with West Cumbria Samaritans?


Full training and support will be given. Contact us, or just come along to our information session on the 30th September, at 2.00pm.


www.samaritans.org/branches/samaritans-west-cumbria Samaritans of West Cumbria


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