suicideTALK – Information Sessions

suicideTALK

An exploration in suicide awareness for parents  and the community.

You are invited  to participate  in an  exploration  of suicide  awareness at one  of this Term’s suicideTALK parent  and  community  events.  These workshops are  open  to  anyone in the community aged 15+ who would like to attend.  All sessions are free of charge.

SuicideTALK  is a 90-minute  session that  will invite you to become more  aware  of suicide. Dealing openly  with the  stigma  around  suicide,  this exploration  focuses upon  the  question, “Should we talk about  suicide?”

As a suicideTALK –informed  session member,  you will be better  able to:

  • Understand how personal and community beliefs about suicide affect suicide stigma and safety
  • Appreciate how the steps taught in safeTALK and ASIST can be used to help prevent  suicide
  • Choose among ways to help protect,  preserve and promote  life in a suicide- safer community

Session Dates:

Friday 24th February  7.00pm to 8.30pm – Dandenong

Monday 27th February   1.00pm to 2.30pm – Cranbourne

Saturday  11th March  10.00am to 11.30am – Cranbourne

Thursday 16th March  6.30pm to 8.00pm – Dandenong

Tuesday 21st March 7.00pm to 8.30pm – St Francis Xavier College (Beaconsfield Campus)

Saturday  25th March  10.00am to 11.30am – Cranbourne

Monday 27th March  6.30pm to 8pm – Dandenong

Please book your place via www.suicidesaferschools.org.au

A confirmation  email will be sent to you when you register. You will be notified of the event venue  in a following email closer to the event  date.

Questions? Please call Ellen Maple (9706 7388) or Debra Croft (0411 294 320).

Ermha Ltd | 45 assembly drive, Dandenong South VIC 3175

T (03) 9706  7388 | F (03) 9792 9027  | E reception@ermha.org  | W www.ermha.org

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