Suicide Prevention: the Maytree Approach. A Summary of the Evaluation

Full evaluation SIEC #2009-0238

Maytree – Crisis Intervention

This brief article discusses Maytree, a non-medical crisis intervention service in London, England for people who are suicidal. After assessment, people can stay for up to 4 nights. This service was evaluated in June 2006.

Maytree: a Respite Center for the Suicidal. An Evaluation

For the full evaluation report, please see SIEC #2007-0238.

An Evaluation of the Maytree Respite Centre

This report evaluates the Maytree Respite Centre in its first 3 years of operation (2002-2005). The Maytree model, identified as providing respite, opportunities for change towards a wish to live rather than a wish to die, & the reduction of stigma, was evaluated. The evaluation showed, on both qualitative & quantitative measures, very strong evidence […]

Physical and Sexual Trauma, Psychiatric Symptoms, and Sense of Community Among Women in Recovery: Toward a new Model of Shelter Aftercare


Suicide Prevention in Crisis Accomodation Services: Recognising the Signs Amongst the Crisis

This presentation discussed the role of crisis accommodation services in the prevention of suicide. Prioritising, communication, connection, case management, & interagency referrals were described as means of prevention. The issue of client rights in relation to crisis accommodation & the role of suicide intervention was addressed. Quality of life issues & interactive in-house education as […]

A Qualitative Investigation Into Youth Suicide (Report 94/CC/003)