Be a part of this wonderful Network in Western Sydney by donating and helping those who struggle with the loss of a Family member to Suicide. All donations are greatly appreciated and will help us continue to deliver suicide prevention and support services.
Whether you are an individual or an organisation, joining us provides plenty of opportunity to help the wider community of Western Sydney with suicide prevention, and support for those effected by suicide.
Western Sydney Suicide Prevention and Support Network Announce that the Support Group in the Hawkesbury has moved to the Windsor RSL at 36 Argyle St, South Windsor NSW 2756. The Group meets on the last Wednesday of each Month. Join us in a friendly and safe atmosphere within the RSL. Contact us on: 0402 627 […]
His cattle didn’t get a bid, they were fairly bloody poor, What was he going to do? He couldn’t feed them anymore, The dams were all but dry, hay was thirteen bucks a bale, Last month’s talk of rain was just a fairytale…
RUOK Day was a fun day with a very important message. Suicide Prevention and Support Network Western Sydney had a team of volunteers in Henry Street, Free Coffee was available with an assortment of wonderful Cakes made by our Team Members Jody and Nat. Everyone wanted a cake.
If you have a few hours to spare a month and would like to give back, then consider becoming part of a caring network.
What Does It Mean To Be Mindful? Mindfulness is a special way of paying attention that can help with how you cope with everyday life or deal with tough times, and there are great benefits for your physical and mental health.
It can be stressful when a loved one has a mental illness – but knowledge and the right attitude can help. If you have just found out that someone you care about has a mental illness you might wonder what it means and want to help.
The NSW Coroner’s Court has created a booklet which may assist you in coping with grief after a suicide. It is an excellent resource. This is an extract from the introduction.
If you’ve recently learned that someone you care about has taken their own life you are probably feeling shocked and wondering how this could have happened. It’s important that you know you are not alone, and that there are services and people who can help you.