Together with Samaritans and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, we are leading a coalition of more than one hundred UK organisations - from mental health bodies to the Professional Cricketers’ Association and the Rugby Players' Association - to spread the message that it is possible to overcome suicidal thoughts and feelings and that there are many resources available to help those who are struggling to cope. With our media partner, Southwick Media we produced this film 'U can Cope' which was released on World Suicide Prevention Day - September 10th 2012.  Since its release, the film has been viewed over 100,000 times and has been shown at numerous international conferences.

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'U can cope'
designed to help young people develop the ability to cope with difficulties in their life.

‘Feeling overwhelmed: helping you stay safe'
for anybody struggling to cope when bad things happen in their life.

‘Feeling on the edge: helping you get through it’
designed for people in distress attending the Emergency Department following self harm or with suicidal thoughts. (Welsh Version)

Printed copies of the leaflets can be ordered from the Royal College of Psychiatrists via

We would like to thank all of our funding supporters for their invaluable contributions to the U Can Cope campaign: