When the Central West Suicide Prevention Network invited Roses in the Ocean to contribute to their Health & Wellbeing event on Mental Health Day, October 10, we were quick to accept!
Check out Bronwen and Kathy’s pics and recollections of their amazing outback adventure.
POSTCARD FROM NORTHERN IRELAND
Our illustrious leader and untiring workhorse for people with a lived experience of suicide, Bronwen recently attended the 31st International Association of Suicide Prevention’s World Congress, held in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Checkout Bronwen’s images andrecollections of this significant international event.
The Prime Minister’s suicide prevention advisor Christine Morgan also shared some insights of her experience at the congress.
Roses in the Ocean exists to reduce emotional distress and pain, and to save lives.
We know that individuals who have experienced suicidal thoughts, survived a suicide attempt, cared for loved ones through crisis, or been bereaved through suicide, can provide us with powerful insights and opportunities to inform, influence and enhance suicide prevention activities.
As Australia’s leading lived experience of suicide organisation, Roses in the Ocean collaborates with individuals and organisations across community, corporate, health and government sectors to effectively and meaningfully engage lived experience expertise with all aspects of suicide prevention.