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.

The Laura Centre

The Laura Centre offers a range of free therapeutic support for anyone that has lost a child of any age, as well as children up to age 24 who have lost a parent, carer or other significant adults in their life.


The Matthew Elvidge Trust

The Matthew Elvidge Trust was set up in loving memory of Matthew. The Trust aims to increase awareness and support surrounding the importance of good mental health through their support or organisation that work within the mental health and suicide prevention and bereavement field.


Winston’s Wish

Winston’s Wish work to support bereaved children, young people, their families, and the professionals who support them.