Support After Suicide Pathways to Care Workshop

Support After Suicide Pathways to Care Workshop

Date
Tue 19 Jun 2018
Support After Suicide Pathways to Care Workshop

If you’ve ever wondered what happens in Caboolture after a suicide or wondered what you can say or do to help someone who’s been bereaved by a death through suicide, then our Pathways to Care workshop is for you.

Pathways to Care is a workshop that brings community and local services together.  Everyone and anyone are welcome, and it is full funded, which means it’s completely free for you to attend. There are even some light refreshments to enjoy.

We will be joined by guest speakers from the Police, Ambulance, Queensland Rail, Coronial Counsellors, Traditional Funerals, headspace in Schools, and an advocate for those with lived experience of losing someone to suicide. Hear from each of them as they share their roles and experience of suicide as well as provide insight into its impacts, and answer questions about support. Following this, learn some ways to support someone bereaved by suicide. There are many pathways to find care after a suicide, and the day will include a Community Services Expo so that each of us can learn how these various services can support in issues which may contribute and result from suicide.

Let’s travel Pathways to Care together on 19th June 2018.  We’ll meet you at the Caboolture Memorial Hall, 65/61 King Street, Caboolture from 9:00am (registration starts at 8:30am) and finish at 1.30pm.

Anyone is welcome on the day. If you’re a community service interested in having a stall, please contact us and complete an Expression of Interest.

If you’re curious to know more about the workshop or StandBy – Support After Suicide, please feel free to get in touch on 0438 150 180 and e-mail standby.bne@uccommunity.org.au.  You can also follow us on Facebook.



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