Through the Mental Health Foundation's information service, we can link you to information about suicide prevention support available. Otherwise, if someone has attempted suicide, or you're worried about their immediate safety, you can do the following:
For more information about supporting yourself or someone else who is suicidal, we have developed a series of online factsheets:
The Mental Health Foundation works alongside a range of other suicide prevention initiatives as part of the New Zealand Suicide Prevention Strategy 2006–2016.
We also have information on suicide bereavement.
Losing her husband to suicide and facing accusations from his family afterwards, left Megan Gamble grieving, hurt and alone.
Kiwis Terry Bluck and Paul Manaena can’t wait to jump on their motorbikes and travel across Australia on a charity bike ride to raise money and awareness for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.
Kevin Haunui has always known, from an early age, that he was gay, or Takatāpui*. Now 55, he believes his whānau connections have supported his self-identity and his wellbeing.
Virginia Brooks’ personal experience of losing two family members to suicide has given her an understanding of the emotions people go through following a sudden death and what can help them get through.
Despite having a mild stroke and being asthmatic, Rob Ah Chong is determined to get into the boxing ring to raise awareness and money for the Mental Health Foundation.