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World Suicide Prevention Day

"Walk With Us" 10th September and show your support for a suicide safer community.

Lifeline | World Suicide Prevention Day

Join us in support of World Suicide Prevention Day

10th September 2019 - Dixon Park Surf Club, Newcastle

Join Lifeline as we walk to raise awareness, remember those lost to suicide and unite in a commitment to prevent further deaths by suicide.

This event is an opportunity to show your support for a suicide safer community!

Bring wet weather gear if light rain. Cancellation will be advised by 5pm the day prior to anyone registered if weather prevails. Walk will be re-scheduled in the event of inclement weather.

5.30am (commences 6am) - Walk With Us

Walk from Dixon Park Surf Club to Merewether Baths (return), 5.30am convene for a 6am departure. A coffee van will be on-site at 5.30am for anyone who would like one.

You are welcome to WALK WITH US at no cost, but we request you register online.

We love to know how many people ‘walked with us' and also so we can let you of any changes. Register through Sticky Tickets link below

Show the community and your employees that suicide prevention is an issue your business stands behind, register your team today and Walk With Us.

Lifeline is seeking support toward our fundraising efforts this World Suicide Prevention Day. You can enter a team in our Walk With Us event to represent your workplace at $500 per team. The money will go directly towards local suicide prevention services delivered by Lifeline. Register through Sticky Tickets link below.

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Lifeline Newcastle & Hunter  WSPD Walk 2019

6.30am - 8.30am - WSPD Event

Formal proceedings will follow the walk, a BBQ breakfast available and community stalls for information. Everyone welcome, no registration required.

Thank you to our event sponsor:

Lifeline Hunter Central Coast hosts an event each year in recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day. Join us to show your support:

Lifeline joins international activities to observe World Suicide Prevention Day in September each year, a time to provide an opportunity to discuss suicide prevention openly and respectfully. Suicide is sobering, serious and saddening to talk about but understanding when, how, why and who should talk about suicide is important. Being able to provide opportunities for people to explore this complex issue via training programs such as LivingWorks Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and safeTALK allows for appropriate discussions and for people to learn how to keep someone with thoughts of suicide safe.

As a community, we need to recognise that those vulnerable to the possibility of suicide do not have the emotional resources and support to cope with their challenges. Identifying and assisting them are important elements of suicide prevention. We need to be able to connect with those people with thoughts of suicide and those bereaved by suicide by providing support, appropriate resources, care and listening. By making suicide prevention everybody's business, we can change attitudes and connect with those in need.

Lifeline | World Suicide Prevention Day Walk
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    "You really did save my life tonight. I was very very close to doing something silly."

  • David

    "I thought no one could help me and I felt so desperate,
    but talking to someone was the first step to getting my life back."

  • Ian

    "The perspective offered in my lowest moments,
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    I actually feel a bit better getting it out of my system and saying how I really feel."
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    I'd also like to say that many years ago Lifeline literally saved my life when I was in a very dark place. Thank you."
  • Katie

    "Thanks heaps for your help, I feel calmer and a lot less like harming myself now."
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