Around 50 new people battling suicidal thoughts are seeking help every week from an Aberdeen-based men’s mental health group.
Dr. Martens, on the city’s Union Street, is holding an in-store event to raise money for Man Chat Aberdeen.
The team of volunteers, brought together by mental-health group Man Chat Aberdeen, spent two hours collecting rubbish on a stretch of sand near Queens Links Leisure Park yesterday – and filled more than 10 bin bags with litter.
An Aberdeen campaigner hopes male suicide rates will fall after a charity called statistics “deeply concerning”.
More than 50 men who attended a support group in the city have considered taking their own lives in the last year, organisers have said.
The man behind a suicide prevention group in Aberdeen said he almost folded after coming under fire.
More people across the north-east died by suicide in 2018 compared to the previous year, new figures have shown.
A support group has saved a man’s life – just hours after being formed in Aberdeen.