James’ Place works with men from the Liverpool area who are experiencing a suicidal crisis. By this, it is meant that you might be experiencing intense and distressing suicidal thoughts, perhaps feelings of hopelessness and despair and maybe you’ve made plans or intend to act on your suicidal thoughts. You may have undertaken recent suicidal acts or attempts to end your life.

They support men (including those who identify as male), 18 and over and who are willing and able to engage in talking therapy. You must be registered or eligible for registration with a GP. The charity cannot help men without access to stable accommodation for the period of the intervention, those men under the care of Secondary Mental Health services, for example being in the care of a mental health practitioner, nor those  being supported with complex drug and alcohol issues.

​James' Place define what they mean by suicidal crisis as follows;

  • Intense and distressing suicidal thoughts

  • Feelings of hopelessness and despair

  • Plans or intent to act on their suicidal thoughts

  • Recent suicidal acts or attempts- with or without physical harm

 They can help;

  • Men (and people who identify as men) age 18 +

  • Men from the Liverpool area

  • Men experiencing a Suicidal Crisis

  • Men willing and able to engage in talking therapy

  • Registered with a GP - or eligible for registration

  • Men with access to stable accommodation for the period of the intervention


TELEPHONE: 0151 303 5757 

E-MAIL: [email protected]

If you are in Crisis, you can access the Crisis Text Line by texting SHOUT to 85258, the service is free and operates 24 hours a day.