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Are you having thoughts of Suicide?

You are not alone.                                         There is always someone to talk to.               You matter, please stay.

 

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL: 000 and ask for an ambulance
 

 

PhoneLines / Online Chat  (Australia)

   

Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467

Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800

Suicide Line: 1300 651 251

Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636

Mensline: 1300 789 973

Lifeline: 13 11 14 


SUPPORT AFTER A SUICIDE

 

Uniting Communities: 1800 615 677

Survivors of Suicide Bereavement: 1300 767 022

Support after Suicide


 

One of the most important ways to prevent suicide is to talk about it. Print out this graphic and share on social media why you choose to hold on through the darkest times, until you #SeeTheMorning  

 

You can remind everyone that Hope is here and help is always available. Print out this Poster and stick it on your wall... or a wall in your school or office.

 

When a friend tells us they are finding life difficult and overwhelming, It can be hard to know how to help them. Grab a resource kit and you will have plenty of 'find help' cards, bracelets and stickers to encourage those you love to find the support they need.

 

ASK R U OK?

Asking R U Ok? can seem scary sometimes. But you don't need to have all the answers to support someone else. Check out the  R U OK? website for some easy directions on how to go about difficult conversations around the topic of suicide.