Suicide is a significant cause of death in young adults and is used as an indicator of underlying rates of mental ill-health (Public Health England).
Public Health England provides age-standardised mortality statistics for this indicator and for the latest available data for CCG level (2010-2012) indicates that for Crawley CCG the mortality rate from suicide and injury of undetermined intent (100,000) is 11.8 (95% Confidence Interval (CI) = 8.2 to 16.4). The large confidence intervals for the rates indicate that there may be no difference across CCGs.
The data for this indicator are available at local authority (district) level. However, where the observed total number of deaths in a time period is less than 25, the rates are suppressed as there are too few deaths to calculate directly standardised rates reliably. As such, only data for West Sussex County are presented in the chart below (rates over time). The overlapping confidence intervals at county level, indicate that this chart should be interpreted with caution as there may be no differences across years.