The Tasmanian Suicide Prevention Community Network (TSPCN), works with local communities to help prevent suicide.
The Network is facilitated by Relationships Australia and membership is free and open to anyone with an interest in suicide prevention.
The Network will help communities including sporting groups, work places and local government areas to develop action plans for dealing with suicide on the ground.
17 May 2013: Minister for Human Services launched the Tasmanian Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (GLBTI) Community Action Plan on Suicide Prevention at the Annual Suicide Prevention Forum today.
The Community Action Plan provides a framework for GLBTI communities to act decisively and effectively to prevent suicide in way that best suit their community context.
Download a copy of the Community Action Plan.
TSPCN Annual Suicide Prevention Forum
The TSPCN is hosting its inaugural Annual Suicide Prevention Forum on Friday, 17 May 2013.
Held in Hobart, the program features excellent speakers and workshop facilitators who are leaders in the field of suicide prevention.
Don't miss this opportunity to attend what looks set to be a great event. Not only will you update your skills and knowledge and network with others with an interest in suicide prevention, intervention and postvention, you will also be present for the LIFE Award presentations, and the launch of the LGBTI Community Action Plan for Suicide Prevention and the book, Suicide Grief, personal stories.
Check out the Forum Program in more detail
Download a registration form