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MEDIA ALERT: Lifeline Central Coast’s World Suicide Prevention Day Event

Lifeline Central Coast < 1 mins read

Sunday 10th September - 8:15am-10:30am


WHAT: Lifeline’s Out of the Shadows Walk - A walk for hope and remembrance to those lost to suicide with the local community on the Central Coast.


WHERE: The Entrance Foreshore - Meeting at the North Entrance Carpark.



Available for interview at the event, 8:15am:


  • The Hon Emma McBride MP, Assistant Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
  • Robert Sams, CEO Lifeline Central Coast
  • Kelly Gavine, Services Manager, Lifeline Central Coast

The following organisations have also been invited to attend.


  • NSW Police
  • NSW Ambulance
  • Standby After Suicide
  • Primary Health Network
  • Men’s Table
  • NSW Reconstruction Authority
  • Care4Coast
  • Dept of Education
  • The Glen Centre
  • Bungaree
  • Lifeline Counselling Team
  • Lifeline Crisis Support Team
  • The Iris Foundation

Contact details:

Rob Sams - 0424 037 112

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