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.


Papyrus work to reduce suicide in young people by breaking down the stigma around suicide and working with communities to help them to recognise and respond to suicidal behaviour.


SAIF (Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors)

SAIF is a national professional body that represents over 900 independent funeral homes and works to promote best practice across the field.



Stigma Statistics

Stigma Statistics is a social startup that aims to map real-time suicide data to help inform suicide prevention and bereavement support services and prevention strategies.


Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS)

SOBS offer support services for adults over 18, including local support groups, that have been bereaved or affected by suicide.


Sussex Community Development Association

SCDA supports community-based projects that work to address the needs of those most vulnerable in the community, across East Sussex.