Self Harm, Addictions and Suicide Prevention Intervention
The Self Harm, Addictions and Suicide Prevention Intervention (SHASPI) project was launched in 2003 in reaction to the issues being treated at the Centre and is available throughout the standard opening hours of the centre.
The service is designed to:
- To provide focused one to one support and counselling to those clients with self harm, including alcohol and substance use and suicide issues in order to provide them access to healthier mind-sets and choices.
- To establish a referral and access network with other support, counselling and health agencies and working with these clients.
- To train counsellors in this special area of work..