Suicide Prevention Forum A Success

A diverse group of more than 70 people have come together for the Central Australian Suicide Prevention Forum at the Desert Knowledge Precinct in May 2023. The forum has a focus on keeping the conversation happening in our community about preventing suicide and showcasing successful suicide prevention and postvention initiatives.

A special thankyou to all of our presenters including 13 Yarn, Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory, MATES in Construction QLD & NT, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, National Wellbeing Alliance, Northern Territory PHN, MacDonnell Regional Council, Royal Flying Doctor Service SA/NT, Multicultural Community Services of Central Australia, Mental Health Services Central Australia Region, Teddy McDiarmid and Kylie Buzzacott, Alison Cunnynghame, and Code 4 Life at Desert Knowledge Australia

The forum was organised by the Mental Health Association Central Australia, and supported by the Northern Territory Government and Desert Knowledge Australia

If you or someone you know needs support contact:

In an emergency call 000

 

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MHACA participated in the Go Rainbow Against Discrimination community event at the Todd Mall this morning with a health promotion stall. The event was organised by the Northern Territory AIDS and Hepatitis Council (NTHAC) and joined by local services that support LGBTQIA+ community members. 
MHACA acknowledges that discrimination can have a significant impact on mental health, and we support the right to safe, accessible and culturally appropriate services. To find out more about IDAHOBIT, visit idahobit.org.au
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