Suicide - The Ripple Effect

Grand Cinemas Currambine, WA

host: Dee Bayliss

Wednesday 6th February, 7:00 pm Grand Cinemas Currambine

Currambine Central, 1244 Marmion Ave Currambine

$21.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee = $23.00

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To happen it needs 58 more tickets sold before 25th January, 10:00 am

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the screening

Dee Bayliss and New-Well Start Psychology presents this special screening of Suicide – The Ripple Effect on Wednesday 6th February, 7:00 pm at Grand Cinemas Currambine, WA!

Make sure you arrive early because the film will start at 7:00pm

Keep up to date on our Facebook Event Page!

the film

At age 19, Kevin Hines attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Seventeen years later, he still struggles with many of the same symptoms that led him to attempt to take his life, but he is on a mission to use his story to help others stay alive. Kevin has also been one of the key catalysts in helping end a nearly 80-year long fight to construct suicide prevention net on the iconic San Francisco bridge.
Kevin takes a journey to better understand the ripple effects his suicide attempt had on his family, friends, and the first responders who helped save him. He’s also working to shine light on inspirational individuals, families, and organizations who are using personal pain to help others find the hope they need to heal.

TAKING BOOKINGS NOW FOR SCREENINGS FROM 14th MARCH 2018

An important message to audience members

It is important that you safeguard your wellbeing when sharing your story. Sharing your story may bring up uncomfortable or distressing feelings. These feelings might come up immediately or in following days, weeks or months. Support bodies strongly encourage checking in with yourself and engage in some selfcare activities. Self-care can include any intentional acts to help look after your physical, mental and emotional health. This may include; engaging in physical exercise, staying in touch with friends and family, having a good night sleep, or speak with a mental health professional.

Australian Helplines:

  • Suicide Call Back Service – 1300 659 467
  • Lifeline – 131 114
  • Beyond Blue – 1300 22 4636
  • Kids Helpline – 1800 55 1800
  • MensLine Australia – 1300 78 99 78

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