RMY24: Where to get help

Duration15 minutes
Learning ObjectivesTo understand that there is help available and how to access it.
Tools/materials for the PresenterRural Minds Youth PowerPoint – Where to get help
Handout: The hand
Handout: The tree
Local supports list (created by the presenter)
Lesson ComponentsThe Hand – who are your mates whom you could call at 3 am and they would take your call? Use the prompts to identify a specific sort of friend.
The Tree – where can I get support in the community?
Share any other supports that people know in the community and then add that to the local supports list.
Discuss the fact that there are less services available in rural and remote areas, so it’s important for people in those communities to know where they can get help.
There is always help available.
Key messagesThere is always help available.
The sooner help is sought, the better the outcomes.
GP is usually a good first step (they can make referrals to other services and specialists).
Tools like the hand and the tree are a great reference to have handy for when you or someone you know needs help.
ReflectionWhat is the Lifeline phone number? When is it available?
A: 13 11 14 (24/7)
Lesson Content
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