Learn about what's new at Suicide Prevention Central Coast.
R U OK? Day is our national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone that any day is the day to ask, “Are you ok?”. It’s about inspiring people to start these conversations every day of the year to support those struggling with life. Sometimes, we may not feel confident if the person says, “No
Are you passionate about suicide prevention? Would you like to help make a difference on the Central Coast? If the answer to these questions is yes we’d like you to join our LifeSpan champion team. Click here to watch a brief video on what LifeSpan is all about. The role of a LifeSpan champion is
A fantastic new men’s health app was recently launched. The app is available for free via the App Store or Google Play Store and is aimed at improving men’s overall health and wellbeing. One of our LifeSpan community members reviewed the app from a “blokes” perspective. Their feedback was “This is a really straight forward,
The Strategic Framework for Suicide Prevention in NSW 2018-2023was launched by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, with the Minister for Mental Health, Tanya Davies on 17 October 2018. The Framework will guide activities in NSW until 2023 and marks the beginning of the journey towards zero suicides in NSW. The Framework has been developed by the NSW
There is absolutely no doubt that a relationship break down is hard and most of us, at some stage in our life will go through it. . Relationship breakdowns are never easy, no matter how mutual or civilized the break up is. It’s a tough time in anyone’s life and it is important to do
This month LifeSpan launched its QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training for businesses. In conjunction with the Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECCPHN) we are now able to offer QPR Training for free for all local businesses to equip their employees with QPR lifesaving skills. QPR is currently the only online training available