Lifeline QLD and Roses in the Ocean are seeking your help to design and develop a suicide prevention program to support men across regional, rural and remote QLD.

Across Australia, over 3000 lives are tragically lost to suicide every year and three out of four, over 75%, are men. There are many more who experience suicidal thoughts, distress, crises or who make an attempt and those in regional, rural, and remote areas are at a higher risk than those in major cities.

Lifeline QLD are wanting to hear your thoughts, learn from your wisdom and knowledge to design a program that works with men to save lives.

We invite men, their families, friends, kin and supporting organisations across regional, rural and remote Queensland to contribute to this important conversation.

We respect your privacy, so we have created several ways for you to share with us:

  • Group workshops, face to face in either Moranbah, Bowen or Airlie Beach
  • Group workshop, online
  • Survey (to be sent to you late January); or
  • 1-on-1 conversation (to be arranged from late January)

Are you interested in talking to us? Please complete the Expression of Interest by clicking the button below.

Expression of Interest

For further information please contact:

Crystal Paniccia
Head of Priority Populations and Partnerships
[email protected]

Useful Resources

What is co-design?

Readiness to participate in suicide prevention

Self-care plan

Guide to safe language