Help save a life, take the training today

These training modules are recommended for persons over 18.


Take our  Free ZERO  suicide training today and gain the skills to save a life.


This training, which takes approximately 20 minutes,  focuses on breaking stigma and encouraging open conversations.


The training will provide you with the tools to enable you to:  

  1. Identify the signs that someone may be suicidal  
  2. Employ the correct language in asking the appropriate questions
  3. Direct that person to the appropriate help.


It can be summarized as ‘Show you Care, Ask the Question, Make the Call.’ 

This will help save lives.


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People have taken the first step towards saving a life 


Our ZSA Suicide Awareness training was originally written and developed by Jane Boland, suicide prevention expert and Angela Samata, former Chair of the Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide charity. With over 1.4 million people having already completed the training across the UK, Ohana Zero suicide aim to, in partnership with Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA), bring the same opportunity to the people of Ireland.
For more information on Zero Suicide Alliance click
here


This training is recommended for persons over 18.

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Knowing the warning signs for suicide and how to get help can help save lives. Learn about some of the behaviors that may be a sign that someone is thinking about suicide.

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Suicide is a very delicate and dangerous state of hopelessness which can be as a result of an incurable illness. Depression from substance abuse, anxiety from medication and multiple failures. Suicide can be prevented if you’re opportune to be there before it happens and render a helping hand by doing whatsoever necessary at the moment to stop it from happening and making some calls when necessary

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