To help build the capacity, skills and knowledge of families, friends, workplaces, and the community to respond to distress or suicide concerns.
The Gatekeeper Program works with the community to identify community champions, encourage people to speak up about suicide, and equip people with evidence-based suicide intervention skills to support someone during a time of distress or crisis.
Gatekeeper trainings include ASIST, QPR, and Deadly Thinking.
These trainings are available to anyone in the community who would like to gain skills in suicide first aid, recognising suicide warning signs, asking about suicide, and keeping someone safe during crisis.
To book in a training or to enquire about any upcoming trainings within your local area, contact Ned Evans – Suicide Prevention Community Development Coordinator – 0428143936 OR email@example.com
For more information on trainings and/or mental health campaigns go to – https://kit.wellways.org/
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 5pm
Servicing the Murrumbidgee region
Gatekeeper training minimum age – 16
Contact Ned – Suicide Prevention Community Development Coordinator ph: 0428143936
16 years and above
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