Staying mentally healthy is even more of a balancing act in these uncertain times we’re living in right now, ’Safe and Sound Webinar Series’ featured 6 webinars aimed at supporting young people, youth supports, men, women, seniors and LGBTIQA+ communities.
In each webinar, we heard from a range of speakers from local support services and organisations sharing tips and information about key stressors and the services available to help you and the people around you live well.
A key theme of the webinar series was to reach out and get support, with a friend or family member or to an organisation in a position to hear and support you. Please find here a comprehensive list of services available for you to connect and get support if needed.
This webinar series has been funded by NSW Ministry of Health as part of our Suicide Prevention Community Gatekeeper Training Project.
Safe and Sound Webinar Recordings
What's on men's minds in tough times
This webinar featured a facilitated discussion about managing mental health and wellbeing, alcohol and other drugs and financial stress.
Women living well
This webinar featured a facilitated discussion about managing mental health and wellbeing, relationships, alcohol and other drugs and importance of GP’s.
Finding your way to wellness as a young person
This webinar featured a facilitated discussion about the importance of sharing your experiences with others, managing mental health and wellbeing and being apart of the LGBTIQA+ Community.
Lets talk living well for LGBTIQA+ Communities
The aim of this webinar was to share out support for our Northern Beaches LGBTIQA+ community members and their friends, families and allies.
Supporting young people to stay mentally well
The fifth webinar of the series is specifically designed for Youth Supports.
Helping older people stay connected
The sixth and last webinar of the series spoke about managing mental health and wellbeing, importance of connection, relationships and supporting older people during time of stress.