CALM Yarn was developed by Suicide Programs in partnership with an identified provider and through consultation and collaboration with numerous countries and communities. It provides information on: Know a bit about culture; Understand why rates are so high; Recognise warning signs, indicators, protective factors and stressors; Cultural beliefs and differences; Identify signs that somebody is struggling; Know how to have a yarn and connect; Supporting somebody to find hope and keep safe from suicide. Outline: CALM Yarn is a one day workshop that recognises that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people there are different cultural aspects, stressors, reasons and challenges when it comes to suicide. It is based on the research completed for CALM and adapted through consultation and collaboration with numerous communities across Australia. The intent is to recognise somebody may be at risk; know how to ask about suicide, stay calm and yarn and then connect people to meaning, hope and safety. Brief Summary: CALM Yarn is delivered in a face to face format only by Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander trainers, preferably from community where possible. A 24 page workbook, video demonstrations, access to Apps to support safety and a completion certificate are provided.