If one of your mates was suicidal, would you know what to do?
Today marks the last day of Movember, a national campaign which aims to raise awareness for men's mental health and suicide prevention.
It's been great to see thousands of men from around Australia getting involved in this important cause. To keep the momentum going, why not sign up for Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) - an online suicide prevention course that takes just one hour.
This evidence-based course will help you gain the skills and confidence to support a mate who might be struggling. An added benefit is that the Collaborative is offering FREE QPR training!
Sign up now: www.suicidepreventioncollaborative.org.au/QPR
- We can all play a role in suicide prevention
- Voices of In-Sight workshop
- Suicide: there are services available to help those left behind
- Creating change through lived experience of suicide
- Loneliness is a universal yet deeply personal experience
- How conversations can make a difference
- Creating hope through action - World Suicide Prevention Day
- Safe Haven
- Open Letter: Responding to suicide in our community
- Where to go for local support over the Christmas period
- Locals bravely share their stories on video to help other people bereaved by suicide
- Australia’s first Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring System website launched
- ‘Chats for change’ are here for you!
- Push for better this October
- Join the virtual ‘Out of the Shadows’ walk!
- Local event planned to mark R U OK? Day
- Developing a local response to suicide prevention in Kiama and Gerringong
- Celebrating Wear It Purple Day for LGBTIQ+ young Australians!
- Next Steps wins grant to explore gender differences in suicide prevention
- Invitation: an opportunity for substantial change!