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Paul's Place was launched on 13/10/2017, it receives no Government or NHS funding; relying solely on personal donations and general fundraising. Paul's Place offers free, one to one postvention counselling to those bereaved by suicide. The service is provided by Beacon Counselling Trust, a Liverpool based charity; and was named in memory of Paul Jensen, Brother of Kathy Devlin (Clinical Lead at BCT) and Paul Williams (Son of Agnes & Joe Williams) who died by suicide in 1992 & 2015, respectively

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