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Giving hope to youth at risk of suicide,

and those living with its effects

Albie House will be a place where “at risk” youth can access support and guidance 24/7 in a nurturing, non-clinical secure environment. Those left in the wake of suicide often feel lost and alone in their grief. Albie House will be a place where they can connect with others who understand.

Amanda's Story

Albert (Amanda’s son) was 16 years old when he suicided. No one saw any warning signs. There was no depression or mental illness. Everything in his life appeared fantastic. His amazing smile and caring nature “maybe” hid his true feelings. All Amanda’s dreams for Albert and her family have changed forever. Her goal is to build Albie House as she wants to prevent others from having to “survive” a life like hers.


"I lost my beautiful son Albert to suicide and now I’m fundraising to build a 24/7 safe house.
Albie House will be a nurturing place that will help save lives and support those left behind"



Help create Tasmania's first 24/7 safe house for at risk youth and those living in the wake of suicide.


Direct Deposit to:

Albie House Limited

Westpac Bank

BSB 037001

Account No: 687376

Friends of Morning Glory - Fundraising Event


Where.  Tasmanian Hockey Centre

When.  Saturday 7th November 2015 @ 7pm

Cost.  Tickets $30 each or 10 for $250. Presale only. No door sales.

For ticket enquiries contact Di on 0408 302 715 or didarkey@live.com.au

Live entertainment. Raffles.

Snacks provided. Drinks at bar prices.


Tasmania has the second highest rate of suicide

in Australia


Almost 8 Australians
die by suicide and more
than 7 suicides are

attempted every day.


More people die by suicide than car accidents


You CAN do something to make a difference...



Amanda Cuthbertson



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