Monthly Archives: August 2016

StandBy CPR Activities

The StandBy Critical Postvention Response (CPR) team have been very active this year, completing two outreaches in Northam, Western Australia and Armidale, New South Wales, and currently running one outreach in Warrnambool, Victoria. To date, the CPR team has offered 46 information and training opportunities to these communities.  There has been a notable increase in participation

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StandBy Sites update

Our StandBy Coordinators have had their hands very full over the past three months! Across the country, our Coordinators have been involved with assisting with NAIDOC and Seniors’ Week events, and being a part of Q and A panels alongside Out of the Blue a community-centred play that looks at the themes of suicide, domestic and family

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Tait-Duke Community Cottage rebuilding dreams

Tait-Duke Community Cottage and garden restoration commenced this week to the delight of project participants, partners and supporters who today gathered on-site for the “tools and belts” presentation to trainees. The restoration of the 98-year-old Queenslander, gifted by the Tait-Duke family to Noosa Council, realises the dream of 92-year-old Esme Tait to see her childhood

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