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In 2013 male suicide accounted for 78% of all suicides, which was the biggest cause of death in men aged 20 – 45 in the UK. SToRMS' Mission is to reduce young male suicides by: 1) promoting mental well-being and resilience from an early age 2) challenging gender stereotypes that prevent men from accessing help, 3) facilitating widespread open discussions about suicide 4) highlighting the relationship between alcohol and mental wellbeing.

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