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Support for families affected by suicide.

Whether you are a Mum, Dad, Husband, Wife or Partner, Brother or Sister, Aunt or Uncle, Granny, Grandad, Friend or colleague we are here to help you.

Come along to our monthly meeting at the Mercure Hotel, Inverness held on the last Sunday of the month EVERY MONTH from 11am till 1pm. 

COVID 19 UPDATE:

Until restrictions are lifted, we will continue using ZOOM for our meetings

(if you would like a personal online meet contact us to request a meeting time/day)

James Mullery was just 28 years old when his issues got too much for him, and he decided there and then to take his own life. It’s hard to believe, but he left three children behind, 5 years, 2 years, and only 10 weeks old. He also left behind his partner and all of his family and friends - everyone has been affected by him ending his own life and will continue to feel the effects for a long long time to come. We are all facing a life without James, who was a lovely man. He wasn’t perfect, none of us are, but we miss him and his wicked sense of humour. James was the life and soul of a night out, and great fun to have around.

This group was formed because we- the family and friends of James have struggled to find any meaningful help here in the Highlands- even though the Highlands has the highest suicide rate in the UK.

The meetings are free, and include parking & refreshments. It is a safe place to talk or just to listen, with people who COMPLETELY UNDERSTAND what you are going through.

We are not councellors, just a family stricken by grief who are prepared to help others in the same situation. We have taken it upon ourselves to attend various Training events & information sessions, and actively network with other groups & organisations for the common good.

Our 24/7 Helpline is 07563 572471

email p.mullery61@gmail.com

Registered Scottish Charity number SC050519

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