Do you want to help prevent male suicide in Australia?
Male suicide kills six men a day in Australia. Closing the gender suicide gap and reducing the number of male suicides to the same level as female suicide, would save the lives of more than 1,500 Australian men a year.
To help tackle this issue, the Australian Men’s Health Forum is launching a National Male Suicide Prevention Network.
The aim is to connect men and women who are working to prevent male suicide across the country and provide an online space for sharing information and encouraging collaboration.
The network will officially launch on Monday 10th September to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day.
If you’re working to prevent male suicide and want to join our network, contact Glen Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about AMHF’s work to prevent male suicide see: www.amhf.org.au/suicide