Australia’s national lived experience of suicide organisation
Roses in the Ocean exists to save lives and to reduce emotional distress and pain.About us
Peer CARE Companion Warmline
A call-back service providing a safe place for people with a lived experience of suicide to connect with others with a similar lived experience for a chat, in a shared space of compassion, understanding and respect.Learn more
Peer CARE Companion Warmline | Volunteer with us
Use your lived experience as the family, carer or supporter of someone with suicidal thoughts or behaviour to help others with similar lived experience.Learn more
Peer CARE Companion | Volunteer with us
Volunteer to become one of our Peer CARE Companions for our Peer CARE Companion Warmline or Peer CARE Companion in Community.Learn more
Lived Experience of Suicide Suite of Resources
A culmination of ten years of developing best practice in lived experience of suicide engagement, development and integration.View resources
How can we help?
Supporting individuals & communities
Building the capacity of individuals and communities to recognise and respond to people experiencing suicidal thoughts or crisis with confidence is so critical to saving lives. Roses in the Ocean loves finding innovative ways to raise the voice of people with lived experience of suicide and embedding sustainable training solutions within communities.
We exist to save lives and reduce emotional distress and pain.
We seek to lead the significant cultural shift needed to save lives through harnessing the perspectives of all we represent, along with our own lived experience of suicide.
With our actions driven and guided by those with a lived experience of suicide, we innovate and transform suicide prevention, and drive and deliver system reform. We support organisations and government to effectively and meaningfully integrate lived experience expertise into suicide prevention.