My name is Diane I am the Director and Founder of the hope4u foundation.
Trauma related Management consultant,
BaNursing,PG Cert, MIMMS, Cert Suicide Prevention, MHPod,
Citizen of the Year 2023 Hawkesbury.
Hawkesbury Woman of the Year 2022
Hawkesbury Business Awards: Winner hope4u foundation
HOPE4U FOUNDATION & THE JARRON PROJECT
- supporting families and individuals that have lost loved ones to suicide.
- men's support group
-Individual counselling mental health
-work place support
-educational programs : PTSD, grief and anxiety, --suicide and self harm, domestic and family violence.
-youth understanding mental illness
-Monthly workshops : Hope4u well-being & resilience.
- Developing skills and understanding mental health self-harm and suicidal ideation.
The workshops will include how to empower individuals, understand depression and PTSD from trauma .
-monthly groups at regions incorporating Hawkesbury and the Blue Mountains area.
Suicide Grief Support Groups
To lose a loved one prematurely through their suicide can be devasting, and the bereavement process is much more complex than other types of loss and grief.
The facilitator Diane Russell: Diane is a Registered nurse and credentialed facilitator with over 30 years experience. Her combined skills enhance the group experience and ensure that a safe and confidential space is maintained.
This is a quite space to have family or group counselling. This can be made by arranging an appointment 0457 467348 or email email@example.com
There will be drop in days where you can come have a coffee or tea and sit down for a chat.
There are many safe havens that offer different mental health services. This is a non-Government run organisation.
It is run by volunteers that are qualified professionals to support you when you are distressed
It is open to any age. If you are feeling anxious and distressed this is a place where you will feel supported. We want you to feel safe.
We have brand new studio office space located in the picturesque Glenbernie family farms.
610 Bells Line of road
Is there a fee for this service?
This is a free service
Almost 10 million Australians know someone who has been impacted by suicide, that's almost half the country. At hope4u foundation we believe everyone has a role to play in preventing suicide. Hope4u foundation educates on preventative measures to reduce suicide we need your help and support please donate to our charity
The mission statement
SUPPORT OUR FAMILIES THEY FORM OUR COMMUNITY, SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY TO STOP THE RATE OF SUICIDE.
The object of hope4u foundation is to support communities, local charities, community groups and individuals.
The management of the organisation is a vested management committee consisting of office-bearers and 3 other members,
The office-bearers consist of a Chairperson, Secretary and treasurer.
The Director and Founder of the Hope4u foundation welcomes any interest in becoming a volunteer of the organisation.
The Hope4u Foundation supports families and friends from the role on effect( ripple effect) from loss to suicide.
By providing support, workshops, and programs to you this will reduce further death to suicide.
Why is domestic violence part of the Hope4u foundations?
Trauma from violence can push you to the point that you can not cope. When people can not cope a sense of loss overwhelms you.
Hope4u Foundation will support the healing process and grief from family and domestic violence.