Events on: December 4, 2023


R U OK? Bay of Fires Fundraising Trek

Support R U OK? in the stunning Bay of Fires Tasmania is a trekkers dream, famed for its fresh air, spectacular scenery and unique wildlife - you will be enthralled and inspired every step of the way. This challenge will take you through diverse Tasmanian landscapes, as you trek along endless stretches of secluded beaches with fiery rocky headlands, wander through forests with hidden waterfalls and marvel at striking coastlines with pristine water. In December 2023 we will embark on the R U OK? Bay of Fires Trek, one of Australia’s greatest natural beauties. We cover 35 kilometres over 4 days. Their mission is to empower people to meaningfully connect and lend support by building the motivation, confidence and skills of help-givers to start conversations with anyone struggling with life. But we need your support. The funds you raise on the R U OK? Bay of Fires Trek 2023 will go towards funding nation-wide campaigns to help better prepare people to look out for their mates and have life-changing conversations. R U OK?’s vision is a world where we're all connected and protected from suicide.

Event Series CALM and CALM Care Train the Trainer Program

CALM and CALM Care Train the Trainer Program


Become a CALM Trainer before the end of the year! CALM is becoming the most popular Suicide Intervention Skills program in Australia, and here is why: It's a one-day program, reducing clients costs and minimising staff absence. It's Australian researched and based. It's accredited with the peak body Suicide Prevention Australia. Many participants have attended other similar programs and stated how much they love the model and how it's so easy to remember. Underpinned by Motivational Interviewing which research is now showing positive results for suicide prevention/intervention. CALM is the only intervention program in Australia that has not just an app for the safety planning, but also for the person completing an intervention. CALM Intentionally focuses on the skills of communication, rather than providing just a theory or model. CALM is the only suicide intervention program delivered either virtually or in-person.