There’s strength in talking
The Port Adelaide Suicide Prevention Network have put together a short clip to promote the importance of: Staying Informed, Keeping Healthy Routines & Staying Connected during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Who can join?
Anyone can join and it’s free!
Membership of the Port Adelaide Suicide Prevention Network currently consists of both community members who have been impacted by suicide and service providers.
When do we meet?
The Network currently meets on a bi-monthly basis. Everyone is welcome!
What do we do?
We are not a support or bereavement group but individuals from across the The City of Port Adelaide who share a passion for reducing the impact of suicide in the community.
Empowering others to play an active role in reducing the incidence of suicide in our community.
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Through collaboration, The Port Adelaide Suicide Prevention Network has facilitate several Suicide Prevention Workshops, hosted a World Suicide Prevention Day event, promotes ongoing Member participation in the Royal Adelaide Show Ride Against Suicide and represents the Community at various local and National Conference Events.
'Art Starter Event
‘Art Starter, restarting life outside the cage, through art and storytelling.
‘Art Starter was a special awareness event, promoting the use of art and storytelling as effective harm minimisation tools. ‘Art Starter featured several guest speakers who will shared stories of their own experience with stigma.
Providing hope to the Port Adelaide Enfield community
Partnered with Wesley
We launched in mid-2014 and are supported by Wesley LifeForce. We’ve received a Certificate of Appreciation to acknowledge 5 years of service to the community. Our significant partners: the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist, SA Health, The Local Council & RASA.
The Port Adelaide Suicide Prevention Network continues to promote diversity within our Membership group and at Network meetings.
R U Okay Day
We coordinated this event with Relationship Australia SA and Tafe SA. We connected with Tafe’s student community around mental health with particular attention to the prevalence of gambling harm and its link to suicide.