In an Australian first, leading mental health and suicide prevention organisations are joining forces to support the general public to talk openly about suicide with their friends and family in a bid to save more lives.
The 4th annual Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference is underway on the Gold Coast, covering a range of topics including prevention, treatment, systematic responses, behaviours, mental health and harm reduction in relation to addiction.
Everymind suicide prevention staff are preparing to facilitate a range of presentations as part of this year’s International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) Asia Pacific Conference in New Zealand, commencing today.
Opinion piece featured in the Newcastle Herald by Everymind Director, Jaelea Skehan.
Local businesses now have the opportunity to access effective and very affordable training to help their staff to be skilled and confident in responding to someone in crisis, as part of a new LifeSpan Newcastle Suicide Prevention Business Strategy - LifeSpanBiz.
Everymind Director Jaelea Skehan, along with staff from the suicide prevention team, will travel to Canberra to conduct a series of workshops at Parliament House.