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2 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Change your mindset and watch your life change๐Ÿฆ‹๐ŸŒผ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
You talk, we listen #MentalHealthAwareness #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Everything we do has an impact on our Mental Health; so let's make Mental Health our priority. Its the little things that count. What else can we add to this list? #MentalHealthMonth #MentalHealthAwareness ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Just a few reminders as another week comes to an end. Remember to check in on yourself and your loved ones. #MentalHealthAwareness #MentalHealthMonth ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force - Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Ms. Ana Koroi / Ms. Siteri MeleJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Sacred Heart College #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Ms. Siteri Mele/ Ms. Selai Vonotabua Juvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Gospel Primary School Samabula #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force - Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Ms. Siteri Mele/ Ms. Selai Vonotabua Juvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Sila Central College #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force - Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Ms. Ana Koroi / Ms. Siteri MeleJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Bailey High School#MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force - Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Ms. Siteri Mele/Ms. Selai VonotabuaJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Nasinu Gospel Primary School#MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj& Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Mr. Merekula / Ms. Siteri MeleJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Nabua Secondary School #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Mrs. Siteri Mele / Ms. Selai VonotabuaJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Suva Adventist College#MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Mrs. Siteri Mele / Ms. Ana KoroiJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Navuso District School#MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrevention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Lifeline Fiji: Mrs. Siteri Mele / Mr. MerekulaJuvenile Bureau: Sgt. Ema SAAC: Mrs Goundar School: Basden College #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrecention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj & Fiji Police Force- Juvenile Bureau in conducting sessions in school. Its important that our children's Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Mrs. Siteri Mele and Ms. Ana Koroi representing Lifeline Fiji. School: Bishop Kempthon Memorial School #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrecention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
When life knocks you down, try to land on your back. Because if you can look up, you can get up.โ€œEveryone has inside them a piece of good news. The good news is you donโ€™t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is.โ€Need someone to Listen. Call Us on 1543. #SuicidePrevention #MentalHealthMatters #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
In a small event at the FCEF Secretariat Office, FCEF Chief Executive Officer Mr. Kameli Batiweti and Board Director Mr. Mike Spencer handed over a cheque donation of $5000.00 to Lifeline Fiji.The donation is a part of the FCEF's Top Executive (TOPEX) Conference initiative to support charities and organisations committed towards charitable causes.Lifeline Fiji becomes one of the selected reciepients of the TOPEX Charity support and on hand to recieve the cheque was Lifeline Team Leader Mr. Jeremaia Mereakula.Mr. Mereakula shared on how mental illness and Suicide have become a very concerning issue in Fiji. In Fiji there is an attempted suicide every 36 hours with males being the highest victims of suicide. The most unfortunate and youngest case was a 7 year old victim.The work of Lifeline Fiji entails provision of a 24/7 toll-free crisis Helpline, Community-based Crisis Support (Psychological First Aid), Promoting emotional well being to the public.If you need someone to talk to call 1543. An Emotionally Resilient and Suicide Free Fiji.#mentalhealthmatters#suicideprevention#TOPEX ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
The Board of the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation last week handed over a cheque of $5000 to Lifeline Fiji Team Leader Mr. Merekula. The Chief Executive Officer of FCEF Mr. Kameli Batiweti, during his handover speech stressed the importance of having such services available for everyone in Fiji. He also mentioned that The Board is honored to be supporting organizations that are providing everyday help to Fijians around the Country. Mr. Merekula thanked the Board of FCEF and Mr. Batiweti for their generous donation to Lifeline Fiji. He mentioned that donation such as this keeps our service running and it enables us to keep our Volunteers and Team Trained and supporting Fijians over our Helpline. If you or anyone needs someone to listen. CALL US ON 1543. #SuicidePrevention #MentalHealthMatters #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji's Ms. Anaseini Koroi was honored to receive her Certificate from Lifeline International for her work around Suicide Prevention and also representing the Lifeline Brand in Fiji. The Management and Team at Lifeline Congratulates Ms. Koroi for her hardwork over the years. Ms. Koroi is the first Fijian Lifeline Representative to be shortlisted for this award. She has come along way and have grown to be a person who she is today. Congratulations Ms. Anaseini Mรขรฑรผqalรธ Kรธrรธi ๐Ÿ’#MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrecention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Lifeline Fiji has been honored to be partnering with Substance Abuse Advisory Council - MEHA Fj in conducting Mental Health Safe spaces in School. Its important that our chuldrens Mental health are taken as a priority. We all go through things and it is important that this things are addressed with our kids. Safe spaces are important ๐Ÿ’›Mrs. Siteri Mele from Lifeline Fiji representing Lifeline Fiji. School: St. Agnes Primary School #MentalHealthMatters #SuicidePrecention #SavingLives ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
NORTHERN EQUALIZER WORKSHOP Congratulations and a big Vinaka Vinaka to Ms. Paulini Gadolo of the Medical Services Pacific for being our Chief Guest and also presenting the certificates to the Participants.Our biggest Vinaka Vakalevu goes to The U.S. Embassy Suva for supporting and sponsoring this Workshops. #SuicidePrevention #MentalHealthMatters #SavingLives #EqualizerNorth ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Congratulations to our Northern #Equalizers. ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽ‰We have ended our two days training in the North, equipping young leaders to have skills in identifying stress, anxiety, depression & suicidal ideations. Also, to have the skills on how to approach these crisis in they right and meaningful way(s). Congratulations Northern Equalizers and thank you for having us. #mentalHealth #suicidePrevention #Equalizer #NorthernDivision. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
The Northern Youth Leaders covered the topic on #PositiveCrisisApproaches. These are approaches that could be used to deal with any crisis on the ground. Youth leaders did a few skits to practice the approaches.#suicidePrevention #MentalHealth #Equalizer #NorthernDivision. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Day 2: Northern Youth Leaders had discussed and also unpacked on #Trauma and trying to identify their triggers. Participants identified their triggers and presented it. In addition, they also learnt on ways to curb their triggers.#Equalizer #MentalHealth #SuicidePrevention ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
Before Day 1 ends, Northern youth leaders discussed and unpack the differences of #stress, #Anxiety & #depression. There were meaningful engagement and participation from our participants. #Equalizer #mentalHealth #suicidePrevention # NorthernDivision ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Lifeline Fiji
In the morning session, Northern Young Leaders discussed on the Mental Health & Suicide. They also cover on why it's really important to talk about mental health and suicide in our own homes and communities. #mentalHealth #suicidePrevention #Equalizer ... See MoreSee Less
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