People with extreme psychological distress have exceeded the limits of their own resources, and need support from others to cope, according to new research led by The Alliance for Suicide Prevention - Sunshine Coast's Professor of Suicide Prevention Helen Stallman....read more
This time of year is a special time for some of us. However, for others it can be a time of stress, sadness or loneliness. Given the year that we have had, it is likely that a lot of us are already tired and stressed, which makes us more likely to react in a stressful...read more
The theme for this year's Queensland Mental Health Week is take time for mental health. Here are five options for taking time for mental health, which cover taking time for yourself, your loved ones and the community. 1. Get expert advice in our free mental wellbeing...read more
Member news: At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Urban Angels Community Kitchen and their community volunteers were lovingly preparing 1200 meals daily for Sunshine Coast people in need.read more
Almost 100 Sunshine Coast residents registered for suicide-alertness training for World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), potentially benefiting more than 700 people. Community members attended four-hour face-to-face training, safeTALK, or registered for 90-minute...read more
Please join us in welcoming Professor Helen Stallman to our team in the new role of Professorial Research Fellow. Helen is a specialist in the development and evaluation of health and wellbeing interventions. This includes an innovative approach to suicide prevention...read more
The Sunshine Coast Mind & Neuroscience – Thompson Institute is supporting the Alliance in a community-based suicide prevention strategy.
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The Alliance holds a number of events including training workshops, forums and information sessions.