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  • October 2019
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      Safely Talking toolkit

      Introducing a new resource to guide safe and meaningful community discussions on suicide and suicide prevention. Community discussions on suicide and suicide prevention can help to open up conversations and encourage people to get help early. However, it is important that discussions are facilitated safely to minimise any potential risk. The Safely Talking toolkit provides […]

      4 Oct 2019

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      The Charter in Action

      An interview with Jo Dixon, Volunteer Coordinator, Lifeline Tasmania… What services does Lifeline Tasmania offer? Together, our team of dedicated staff and more than 400 volunteers share a common vision: A Tasmania free of suicide, where everyone meets challenges with strength and optimism. We work throughout the entire state of Tasmania delivering suicide prevention and […]

      4 Oct 2019

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      Become a StigmaWatcher

      StigmaWatch is a national organisation set up to ensure that the media report respectfully and safely on mental illness and suicide. You can help StigmaWatch with their work by reporting unsafe or stigmatising media articles to StigmaWatch. The video below provides a brief introduction on what StigmaWatch is and how you can help to support […]

      2 Oct 2019

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      Safely Talking Workshops

      Co-facilitated by Everymind and the Mental Health Council Tasmania, this workshop will explore how to prepare and provide safe community discussions on suicide and suicide prevention. Who is to for? Local experts, community organisations, schools, workplaces, people with lived experience and individuals who want to talk about suicide and suicide prevention to community groups. Why […]

      1 Oct 2019