FLO Talanoa is a suicide prevention education programme for Pasifika communities that is evidence informed, culturally safe and designed to be led by the community for the community.
It's a call to action and aligned with the values of love, respect and reciprocity.
There are over 100 trained FLO Talanoa facilitators who can deliver a workshop to you for FREE. At this stage we can offer workshops in these regions: Auckland, Hawke's Bay, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
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FLO Talanoa facilitators receive free training from Le Va and reciprocate by delivering free workshops in their communities – in response our communities take ownership and leadership of community action plans.
Stage one involves a two-day training workshop for community facilitators to deliver the FLO Talanoa workshops in their communities.
One of the components of the workshop is B.R.A.V.E; young people preventing suicide by asking you to listen to their plea.
After a FLO Talanoa workshop, participants will:
Please note: The workshop is recommended for people over the age of 16. In addition, it is not a treatment or support group and some content may cause distress for vulnerable people.
A key resource used in the FLO Talanoa workshop is the B.R.A.V.E video.