Would you like to learn how to support someone who is feeling suicidal?
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) “Conversations about Suicide” training will teach you practical skills to support someone who is feeling suicidal.
mental health families and friends Tasmania, through funding from Mental Health Council Tasmania’s Community Wellbeing Grants program, is pleased to offer the Conversations About Suicide to the Glenorchy community. This grant program is delivered in partnership with Primary Health Tasmania
This course will be delivered by Bec Thomas from Rising Kind.
Saturday 29th May 2021 – 9:30 am to 2pm
at Salvation Army, Terry Street Glenorchy (just up from the post office)
Cost is $20, BYO Lunch
To register or for more information, you can email, call, or follow this link to register.
Registrations close Tuesday 25th May 2021
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