The Nigeria Suicide Prevention (NSP) is the leading national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education, and advocacy. NSP’s mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.thoughts, raise awareness of mental issues with a view to preventing suicides.
The rate of suicide in Nigeria is at an alarming rate.
The NSP are on a mission to change this.
Together, we can raise the awareness and create happier, healthier and more productive citizens who feel supported.
Let us work
together to make sure fewer people die by suicide
According to the World Health Organisation one in every 4 persons has mental issues
Our amazing team of expert volunteers from Counsellors, Mental Health Professionals, Phychologists, Doctors both Local and international are committed to helping others. Think you would be a good fit?
The Nigeria Suicide Prevention seeks to enhance the nation’s mental health infrastructure by providing states, government agencies, International and private organizations, colleges and universities, and suicide survivor and mental health consumer groups with support o organisations efforts to develop programs, implement interventions, and promote policies to improve mental and emotional literacy
Provide govt with data to inform policy makers using data driven models. Raise awareness, provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference.
Provide training and support to professionals.
Government, multinationals and private firms can utilise our Elearning platform and or face to face workshops to train and empower staff
We train and empower teachers, university lecturers to spot signs. Early interventions can go a long way.
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Prison Staff are trained to recognise these signs so as to prevent prisoners taking their life.
Police Managers, Supervisors, DPO require training to recognise these traits within the polices and provide intervention and support to its staff.
We have a range of services to help support serving personnel in the Armed Forces, veterans, and their families.
Volunteers are trained as field workers, as well as handle queries on our suicide watch helpline to identify, understand, intervene and support victims
Maybe you can't quite put your finger on it, but you’re not feeling okay.
You might be feeling tired more often, be feeling emotional, and you might not want to do the things that you usually enjoy right now.
Struggling to cope with everyday life doesn’t look or feel the same in everyone. We can’t generalise about how it'll make you feel or act.
We love to meet you, so feel free to arrange a visit.