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From June 2019 to June 2020, 654 people died from suicide.

Suicides and suicide attempts have a devastating ripple effect that impacts on families, friends, colleagues, communities and societies.

Working together and supporting each other is key to preventing suicide.

If you’re worried about a friend or family member, reach out to them and listen without judgement, encourage them and assist them to get the support or help they need.

Mental health places significant demand on Police and we are working with our partners to improve the response to people in mental distress. Mental health crisis calls to Police are triaged via a dedicated phone line staffed by qualified mental health nurses.

Below is a list of some of the services available in New Zealand that offer support, information and help. All services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless otherwise specified.

If you or somebody you know is in immediate danger, please call 111.

Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 any time for support from a trained counsellor.

Lifeline – 0800 543 354 or (09) 5222 999 within Auckland
Suicide Crisis Helpline – 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)
Plunket - 0800 933 922
Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 or free text 4202
Alcohol and Drug Helpline – 0800 787 797 or online chat
Are You OK – 0800 456 450 family violence helpline

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Our I’m Enough team wants to alert you to an extremely disturbing video that has been posted on TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, and other social channels and is quickly becoming widely viewed.  https://imenough.co/image-of-live-suicide-on-multiple-social-channels/

Our I’m Enough team wants to alert you to an extremely disturbing video that has been posted on TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, and other social channels and is quickly becoming widely viewed. imenough.co/image-of-live-suicide-on-multiple-social-channels/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for your comment below Viona Hohaia. The intention of this post on social media was to align with the messages being sent out by most schools regarding this particular online content. Our focus and hope was to alert parents to this post. Many parents whom we had been in touch with were not aware that this video doing the rounds on multiple social media platforms. In this awareness, we're urging parents to #starttheconversation with their children in relation to what they may see online. If however, there were children who had seen the content, we provided some level of direction as to who they could turn to in order to find support, if this was needed. I do hope that this clarifies our intent. Have a lovely day.

I won't watch something like that either Who knows your agenda I dont Disguise to lure adults too evil

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Grateful, what are you grateful for today?  Stop and think. You might be in a position in life where you are facing challenges.  It is possibly not the life you have dreamt of. Keep positive. Trust and believe that all these challenging moments are preparing you to be strong and grateful enough for when fantastic opportunities present themselves to you. You might be having a bad day today, but trust me, this is just a bad day, not a bad life!

Grateful, what are you grateful for today? Stop and think. You might be in a position in life where you are facing challenges. It is possibly not the life you have dreamt of. Keep positive. Trust and believe that all these challenging moments are preparing you to be strong and grateful enough for when fantastic opportunities present themselves to you. You might be having a bad day today, but trust me, this is just a bad day, not a bad life! ... See MoreSee Less

Listening to music that you really like in a mindful way helps you have a better quality of life.  It refreshes your mind to get away from the problems of your daily routine. Why not choose a calm place with a nice view? Find some free time for yourself and see how it works for you!

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In a Mental Health and Wellbeing report by the Mental Health Foundation, depression statistics show that an increasing number of New Zealanders, teens included, are having to deal with unpleasant feelings or emotions (psychological distress) in their day to day lives. This is impacting their daily lives and how well they are able to function. The report tells us several interesting facts that we should be paying attention to:
🔵In 2012, 5% of our youth were affected by depression and anxiety. Over the next 5 years we saw that number more than double to 11.8%.
🔵It was estimated that in 2017 alone, the number of New Zealand youth experiencing psychological distress increased from 58,000 to 79,000.
🔵In a shocking depression statistic, one in ten young Kiwis actively seeking mental health support is left waiting more than two months to be seen by a professional.
🔵New Zealand has the highest youth suicide rates between the ages of 15-19 in the OECD.
Read more about Depression Statistics at 👉👉 https://bit.ly/35YfSuD.

In a Mental Health and Wellbeing report by the Mental Health Foundation, depression statistics show that an increasing number of New Zealanders, teens included, are having to deal with unpleasant feelings or emotions (psychological distress) in their day to day lives. This is impacting their daily lives and how well they are able to function. The report tells us several interesting facts that we should be paying attention to:

🔵In 2012, 5% of our youth were affected by depression and anxiety. Over the next 5 years we saw that number more than double to 11.8%.
🔵It was estimated that in 2017 alone, the number of New Zealand youth experiencing psychological distress increased from 58,000 to 79,000.
🔵In a shocking depression statistic, one in ten young Kiwis actively seeking mental health support is left waiting more than two months to be seen by a professional.
🔵New Zealand has the highest youth suicide rates between the ages of 15-19 in the OECD.

Read more about Depression Statistics at 👉👉 bit.ly/35YfSuD.
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It’s time to change the conversation! Imposing barriers to technology generally doesnt prevent cyberbullying.
Its more effective to develop safe online behaviour and to talk with students about how to deal with unpleasant online experiences, than to restrict access or use alarmist arguments.
Join the conversation NOW https://imenough.co/a-new-digital-discussion/

It’s time to change the conversation! Imposing barriers to technology generally doesn't prevent cyberbullying.

It's more effective to develop safe online behaviour and to talk with students about how to deal with unpleasant online experiences, than to restrict access or use alarmist arguments.

Join the conversation NOW imenough.co/a-new-digital-discussion/
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