We’re embarking on an urgent mission: to create a mobile app that could be a big help for some young people. Our project, Widening Access to Suicide Safety Plans (WASSP), aims to provide vital support to children and young people in Liverpool.

We Need Your Voice

If you’re aged 11-25, live in Cheshire or Merseyside, and have experience with self-harm or suicidal thoughts, we want to collaborate with you. Your insights will help us build an app that’s culturally, ethnically, and developmentally appropriate.

Are You In?

Reach out to our researcher, Helen Mulholland, at Helen.Mulholland@Liverpool.ac.uk or call +44 (0)151 795 5323 (Monday to Thursday).

What’s Involved

Participants will join one of five groups based on criteria like gender, neighbourhood, or background. You’ll attend three sessions where you’ll review app designs, provide feedback, and shape the suicide safety plan app prototype.

Make an Impact

Help us make a difference in youth mental health. Together, we can create a tool that empowers and saves lives.

Join us on this important journey!