First Nations Community Survey
22 Jun 2020
Help reduce suicide and improve social and emotional wellbeing among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the Sunshine Coast, by taking part in a culturally-safe, anonymous USC survey.
USC's The Alliance for Suicide Prevention - Sunshine Coast would like to hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living on the Sunshine Coast about barriers to seeking mental health help, experiences of suicide, and connections to culture.
To ensure the research meets the needs of the First Nations community, the Alliance - First Nations Advisory group has co-designed the culturally-safe survey.
Participants go in the draw to win a $50 shopping voucher.
To take part, visit First Nations Community Survey.
- Identify as a First Nations Australian (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander)
- Aged 18 years or older
- Sunshine Coast resident
- USC staff and students are eligible
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