Emerge Projects

Our youth workers support young people attending A&E because of self-harm or a suicide attempt.

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Follow Up

Our experienced team provide up to three months follow up for young people we’ve met in hospital.

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Insight

Our training and workshops give you insight into self-harm, suicide, and the relationship between the two.

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If you are aged 10 – 25 and are in hospital because you’ve self-harmed, taken an overdose or if you are feeling suicidal; our specially trained staff and volunteers can come and support you. Check out our Projects Page to find your nearest Emerge Project.

EMERGE ARE HERE TO SUPPORT YOU FOLLOWING A CRISIS ADMISSION TO HOSPITAL, HOWEVER, EMERGE ARE NOT A CRISIS LINE. IF YOU NEED IMMEDIATE SUPORT IN A CRISIS MOMENT, PLEASE CALL 999 OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST HOSPITAL A&E.
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EMERGE

verb:

to move out of, or away from something and become visible / to recover from or survive a difficult situation

Origin: Latin – to become known, to come to light

ADVOCACY

noun:

responding as one called alongside, bringing peace, speaking truth

Origin: Latin – to call to one’s aid in a time of need

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“I feel like a weight has been lifted, I have a new lease of life. I just want to get focused on the positive things. I’m thankful for what you guys do.”

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”It was nice to have someone to chat to about everything to keep me distracted whilst I waited. They helped me to keep calm and the use of colouring was also a nice addition as another distraction.”

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”Thank you so much for all your hard work, Hascombe Ward have benefitted so much from having your service at the hospital.  You do an amazing job and make a huge difference.”

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