Resources for Them

Resources to help you, help the people you care about, whilst looking after your own wellbeing.  

Helping someone in their time of need is a self-less act.

Only the best of us are able to put their hand up for the ones we care about and offer genuine support.

But this doesn’t mean it isn’t difficult, scary, and often incredibly overwhelming.

The Sayf team know the burden this can take, and the feeling of being alone when you are trying to help those closest to you.

We are here to tell you, you aren’t alone, and we are thinking of you too.

Everyone is on their own journey of helping those who they care about.

Some may want some extra assistance in knowing how to best help someone.

Some may need support themselves.

The below list of resources aims to provide you with a list of organisations and contacts that can help with these exact things.

They are here to support you, so you can support those who you love most.

What to do in an emergency? Here are some useful contacts if someone you know is in crisis or at risk of suicide.
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Chasing Change is a Suicide Prevention Network based in the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula area of Victoria.
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Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families.
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safeTALK is a half-day alertness workshop that prepares anyone over the age of 15 to become a suicide-alert helper.
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