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.

๏ปฟThis 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 โ€˜Show you Care, Ask the Question, Make the Call.โ€™ 

This will help save lives.


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

This training is recommended for persons over 18.

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While we want to wish a Happy Fatherโ€™s Day to the amazing fathers and father figures who provide love, support, and strength, we also want to acknowledge that Fatherโ€™s Day can be a challenging time for many. For those missing a dad, dads missing their kids, or individuals with difficult relationships, today might bring up complex emotions. Itโ€™s important to acknowledge these feelings and remember that itโ€™s okay to seek support. Reach out to friends, family, or support networks if you need to talk. At Ohana Zero Suicide, weโ€™re here to remind you that youโ€™re not alone. Together, we can support one another through the tough times.

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๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿค Celebrating Love, Acceptance, and Suicide Prevention! ๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿค

Show You Care, Ask the question, Make the call. ๐ŸŒŸ

Love knows no bounds, and neither does our commitment to suicide prevention. This Pride Month, Ohana Zero Suicide is dedicated to supporting the LGBTQ+ community and promoting mental health for all.


We believe that everyone deserves a life filled with love, acceptance, and understanding. By asking the question and making the call, we can create a network of support that saves lives. Letโ€™s come together to celebrate diversity, advocate for mental health, and create a more compassionate world.


During Pride Month, we encourage you to educate yourself and others about suicide prevention. By spreading awareness and providing resources, you can help build a stronger and more resilient community. Together, we can empower those who may be struggling and offer them the hope they need.


Visit our website to access our free suicide prevention training materials and resources. Letโ€™s celebrate Pride Month by embracing love, acceptance, and mental well-being for all.

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