What we do For young people Spot the Signs: Young People’s Campaign About the campaign Spot the Signs is a Hertfordshire campaign, aiming to remove the stigma of talking openly about suicide. It offers suicide awareness training to the voluntary sector, GP’s and businesses’, and signposts anyone struggling with their mental health to support services in Hertfordshire. Spot the Signs is run in partnership with Hertfordshire Mind Network, Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust, Hertfordshire County Council and Mind in Mid Herts. In 2016 Spot the Signs received additional funding to expand the campaign into working with young people, alongside support from CAMHS. Our aim is to make Hertfordshire a county where no one feels suicide is their only option. How it helps Signposts young people to mental health support in Hertfordshire, with information on the website and a Signposting Guide you can download & print. Encourages peer support through mental health workshops Offers free-of-charge 4 hour suicide awareness training to professionals working with young people How to contact For further information, or to book a free-of-charge training session please contact Naomi on [email protected], or call 02037 273 600 / 07850 503 110. Click here to visit the Spot the Signs webpage (opens in a new window). For further information on support in Hertfordshire, click here to visit the CAMHS website (opens in a new window) Please note Spot the Signs is not a crisis service. If you or someone you know are feeling suicidal please call Single Point of Access 0300 777 07 07, or in case of an emergency call 999.