The Jordan Legacy CIC

Lead contact:

Steve Phillip –

Brief Description of Work:

Our mission is to help us move toward a ‘zero suicide society’ which, in our eyes, is a society that is willing and able to do all it can to prevent all preventable suicides.

Key Words: Resident in: UK, Working in: UK, Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Mental health / wellbeing/ employee wellbeing/ suicide prevention/suicide awareness/suicide postvention/Policy/Commissioning,Policy/Publications/Research/Services/person-centered,  Related Area(s) of Interest:Listening skills, Evidence-based practice,Ethics,Health economics,Regulation,Law,  Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Mental health/General,Mental health/other/[suicide prevention,Nursing,Primary care,Service user,Social care, Well-being,Other/[socio-economic challenges for the population)

Read more:

Main website:

Action-research project report; ‘Moving Towards a Zero Suicide Society – published July 2023:

Online petition launched by The Jordan Legacy on the government website to request a Suicide Prevention Act to minimise suicides (Deadline 19th January 2024):

“Let’s Talk About Suicide?!” a survey among a representative sample of 1531 UK adults (aged 18+) conducted in 2022 by The Jordan Legacy in partnership with MEL Research in Birmingham: a survey among a representative sample of 1531 UK adults (aged 18+) 

Social media sites include:
LinkedIn – (Steve Phillip – Founder profile):

LinkedIn – The Jordan Legacy Company page

Instagram: @jordanlegacyUK

Twitter – The Jordan Legacy: @jordanlegacyUK  

Twitter – (Steve’s profile) @hopestevep

Facebook – (The Jordan Legacy)

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