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1 Dayer 2015 Ride Wrap Up

1 Dayer 2015 Ride Wrap Up

This annual nationwide mental health event involved thousands of Black Dog Riders, hundreds of community organisations, local clubs, small businesses and individuals Australia wide, all coming together on one single day for suicide prevention.

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2015 Black Dog Ride - BMW Bike Raffle Now Open!

2015 Black Dog Ride - BMW Bike Raffle Now Open!

This year's prize is the amazing all new 2015 BMW R 1200 GS motorcycle valued at $28,850. Proceeds from the Black Dog Ride - BMW Bike Raffle benefit Lifeline Australia, helping to extend their Online Crisis Support Chat Service.

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Ride to the Red Centre Registrations Now Open!

Ride to the Red Centre Registrations Now Open!

Black Dog Riders in every state and territory depart in August to ride throughout regional Australia, raising awareness of depression and suicide prevention, culminating in a national meet up in the Red Centre of our vast country. Register today!

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Breaking Down Barriers - Outreach to Inmates

Breaking Down Barriers - Outreach to Inmates

To assist in building the community networks and post-prison wellbeing of inmates, Port Lincoln Prison has regularly organised information and wellbeing expos. This year, Black Dog Ride was a part of the expo.

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Bikes & Yarns

Jane Mouritz has worked with Indigenous Wheatbelt communities to promote suicide prevention amidst a tragically high loss of life to suicide. Learning from local Elders that they'd like some bikers to come to town to bring men together for solid yarning about suicide prevention, Jane knew who contact to get the wheels rolling on this grassroots project, Black Dog Ride.

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Remember, depression is an illness, not a weakness and effective treatments are available. It's important to seek help early and with the right treatment most people recover. If you are concerned that you or someone you know may be suffering from depression talk to a doctor or another health professional today. If we talk about depression and work together we can make a difference.

Steve Andrews

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