Registered Charity Number 1121891
James’ Place Charity helps men in suicidal crisis to find hope for the future. We run a non-clinical centre for men crisis in Liverpool, the first of its kind in the UK.
People referred to James’ Place are offered a tailored service of face-to-face free support delivered by trained therapists. . We aim to open further centres across the country and are working to open a second James’ Place in 2020. Talking is a strength. Not a weakness.
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More about James' Place
James’ Place in Liverpool provides a calm and peaceful environment both inside the house and in the landscaped garden; we believe that those who are experiencing suicidal thoughts need to be in a space where they feel safe, valued, nurtured and respected.
James’ Place was founded by Clare Milford Haven and Nick Wentworth-Stanley, after they tragically lost their twenty-one-year-old son, James, to suicide, ten days following a minor operation. James went looking for someone to talk to about his anxiety and suicidal thoughts but sadly didn’t find the urgent help he so desperately needed.
As a result, Clare and Nick have set up James' Place to address this very issue - to support and listen to men who would like to talk and share how they are feeling, with people who understand and care, during their time of need.