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The National Zero Suicide Forum 2018 - Responding to Crisis

When:

Tue 19 Jun 2018, 9:00am–4:00pm

Where: Naumi Hotel Auckland Airport, 153 Kirkbride Rd , Mangere, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $345.00
  • Standard: $402.50
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Grow Ltd

Over 600 New Zealanders take their lives every year, with countless more experiencing suicidal ideas or acting on these thoughts in the form of non-fatal suicide attempts. 

Join us in Auckland at the National Zero Suicide Forum on Tuesday, 19 June 2018, where you will hear from thought leaders and suicide prevention practitioners from the US, Australia and New Zealand, about what is working (and isn’t) and explore how your organisation can apply a Zero Suicide mindset to suicide prevention in it’s services.

Through case studies presented by international and NZ practitioners, this one-day forum will explore examples of excellence in crisis care, showing how improvements can be made at all levels of service delivery to better support people at risk of suicide.

It will challenge the belief that suicides are inevitable and break down the barriers that stop us from providing integrated care to people in distress. It will also address the importance of support for family, whanau and other loved ones as they try to help someone who is suicidal.

Who should attend:
The National Zero Suicide Forum is designed for delegates and decision makers who provide support in their communities to people with suicidal thoughts. It also invites those with a lived experience who wish to drive down the numbers of deaths from suicide in their communities.

This forum will promote adopting a Zero Suicide approach as the basis for suicide prevention activity in New Zealand, and celebrate those whose practice is making a positive difference.

Visit the website for detailed information on the Forum Programme.

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