Committed to the prevention of suicide.
This Alliance for Suicide Prevention – Sunshine Coast is a group of organisations and individuals who care about combining mental health resources with local connections to meet a real community need. Together we can use our strengths for good.
300 people trained. 100 days.
We’ve set a goal: train 300 more people to be suicide alert between World Suicide Prevention Day and the end of the year.
Ambitious? Yes. But our community is motivated to play their part in creating a suicide-safer Sunshine Coast.
Help us reach our goal and learn how to be alert to suicide-risk. You can complete 90-minute online training. Or attend in-person training: half-day and two-day options available.
Anyone who attends training before December goes in the draw to win one of three $100 vouchers. Terms and conditions apply.
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...
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...
Our mission this World Suicide Prevention Day: train 100 Sunshine Coasters to be suicide-alert. Join our face-to-face or online training for everyday people, and learn how to recognise someone at risk of suicide and connect them to help.
The Sunshine Coast community is leading the way in culturally adapting LivingWorks safeTALK suicide prevention training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The co-design of safeYARN will ensure the Sunshine Coast community has access to training in...
Vulnerable Sunshine Coast people have had access to groceries from the safety of their homes during COVID-19, thanks to a partnership between Alliance Partners ComLink and White’s IGA.
What’s an easy way to support 200 community members to receive free suicide alertness training? Vote for us in the Ergon Energy Energex Community Fund People’s Choice!
The Sunshine Coast Mind & Neuroscience – Thompson Institute is supporting the Alliance in a community-based suicide prevention strategy.
Develop your knowledge through evidenced-based mental health capacity building programs and research.
The Alliance holds a number of events including training workshops, forums and information sessions.