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Preventing suicide and providing support and resources to people in their time of most need.
Many Australians have incredible levels of pain and suffering which, when there seems to be nowhere else to turn, can lead to the tragedy of suicide. There is an intoxicating stigma which prevents many (often men) seeking the help they need, and gets in the way of those close to them being able to help.
A staggering 45 men attempt suicide EVERY week in Australia.
We need to make a change!
BMRC (Bindoon Mobile Recovery Campaign Inc) was founded by Storn Petterson, someone who has experienced this level of despair, and who chose to use his experience to assist others (Read Storn’s full story..Click Here). We exist to make a difference to those suffering themselves or to those around them through with one of our primary aims being preventing suicide whatever the underlying cause is perceived to be.
- Increasing public awareness of the extent of this tragic situation and its causes
- Providing active support and resources to those who are directly in need
- Offering assistance to family members affected by impact on their loved one, “the ripple effect”, through support and resources to help.
As a community service, we are reliant on the support of those businesses able to contribute so we can continue to give back and offer something unique and that saves lives. We cannot stress how valuable you are, and both we and those who use our services will always be forever grateful.
We thank you all for your continued support.
Three amazing ways you can help support BMRC
Articles of interest..the latest from our blog
12 signs that your partner may be suffering depression
Depression is a very individual experience that has its own specific triggers and its own specific responses to those triggers. However, there are common threads of behaviour that may be clues that your partner may be having more than a series of bad days and may and may have something deeper and more concerning
6 golden Rules for running a workshop event that will rock
One of the ways in which many businesses help support BMRC is through running workshop type events and generously contributing the “cover charge” the attendees to our service.
We want your event to be a MASSIVE success for you and here are SIX golden rules that in our experience can really make the difference,
Dads in Distress – New link for BMRC
BMRC are now linked in with Dads in Distress Support Services and carry their flyers and information in the trailer. This is a support group for fathers who may be on the wrong end of settlements (as seems often to be the case) subsequent to relationship and marriage failure and where children are impacted by the situation.