Victim Support | Voice – Autumn 2019 edition
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Voice – Autumn 2019 edition

Voice – Autumn 2019 edition

In this autumn edition of Voice, we look at support after suicide.

Victim Support’s quality service and 24/7, nationwide availability is critical to the safety and wellbeing of those affected by suicide. That’s why all our Support Workers must complete suicide bereavement training to qualify for frontline service.

In this edition we chat to David who recently joined Victim Support and has completed our new suicide bereavement volunteer programme in Wellington. At the end of 2018, Victim Support was proud to launch a new pilot programme to enable volunteer support workers to register with Victim Support to work solely with those affected by suicide.

Read the latest edition of Voice here.