Our members and supporters make up a massive part of our SASP network, a fundamental part of the Support After Suicide Partnership and the work we do. They are primarily service providers, working within the field of Suicide Bereavement, Suicide Prevention and Bereavement. This page lists our members and the work they do.

Membership is free and joining the SASP network has some great benefits for organisations working in the field, whether the organisation is long-established or just starting out! If you are interested in becoming a member, please see here.


DrugFam provides a lifeline of safe, caring and professional support to families, friends and partners who are struggling to cope with the nightmare of a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol and to those who have been bereaved by addiction or related causes.



Harmless provides counselling, information, training and consultancy to people at risk of self-harm, suicidal thoughts and intent; their friends, families and professionals. Harmless manage also manages ‘The Tomorrow Project‘, an outreach suicide prevention programme


Humber, Coast and Vale ICS x Mind – Suicide Bereavement Service

The service is are here to provide you with practical and emotional support, which could include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy techniques, mindfulness or guidance. Practical support could be through creating memory boxes, funeral planning, support attending inquests or guidance with finances. If you would like support, please call or email.


If U Care Share Foundation

The If U Care Share foundation provides practical and emotional support to those impacted by suspected suicide in the Durham, Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, Northumberland, South Tyneside and Sunderland areas.


James’ Place

James’ Place supports men 18 and over in the Liverpool area, who are experiencing a suicidal crisis. They offer therapeutic support in a calm and peaceful environment.