You can contact VLESP for information and advice on the prevention of suicide. See what we can help you with and do not hesitate to contact us. To gain a better idea of what VLESP does exactly, you can find an overview of all our current and completed projects here.
What is a partner organisation?
Partner organisations are centres with expertise in one or more areas of preventive healthcare. They make up a core within a network of expertise in the areas of disease prevention, health promotion or healthcare data management.
The partner organisations support the local health consultation and organisation (in Dutch: Logo), the organisations on the ground, individual healthcare providers and others who are responsible for the fieldwork. They provide, inter alia, information and advice, develop methods and materials and support their implementation and use.
For more information about the partner organisations of the Flemish Government, please visit the website of the Vlaams Agentschap voor Zorg en Gezondheid (Flemish Agency for Care and Health).
Who can contact VLESP?
Anyone looking for information or advice on suicide prevention, including:
- government bodies
- organisations and associations
- journalists and programme makers
- health and welfare professionals
Looking for immediate help?
Call 1813 for the suicide helpline, or visit Zelfmoord 1813 to chat or e-mail (only in Dutch).