Cameron Grant Memorial Trust

If you over 60 and have experienced a bereavement by suicide at any time in your life, please take part in a new research project being run by the University of Strathclyde in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation. See here for more information about the project and how to take part.

Many thanks to Cameron’s cousin Kirsty Ferguson who has created this wonderful series of wellbeing postcards. See all 5 cards in the slideshow below or in this article and email us if you would like any.

Cameron's Coasters

There is always someone you can talk to

Cameron didn’t seek help and no one – including us and his friends at Uni – knew that he was suffering from depression. We produce Cameron’s Coasters, customised drink mats, which we send to schools, universities, local pubs and sports clubs, and...
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If you are over 60 and have experienced bereavement by suicide, please consider taking part in this research. Contact @jhanna594
/ jeffrey.hanna@strath.ac.uk to find out more.

If you are over 60 and have experienced bereavement by suicide, please take part in this research. Contact @jhanna594 / jeffrey.hanna@strath.ac.uk to find out more.

“Suicide is preventable & it’s preventable right up until the very last moment”
Moving words from @suicideresearch in @romankemp’s documentary #OurSilentEmergency about male suicide.
At James’ Place, we agree & want men to know help is there when they need it. #SuicidePrevention