Chloe Prince Perth Nurse and 3-month baby Obituary in suspected murder-suicide in Morley

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Chloe Prince Death – It has been determined that a registered nurse at Armadale Kelmscott Memorial Hospital killed her three-month-old daughter before killing herself. About 11 a.m. on Monday, Perth nurse Chloe Prince and her 12-week-old child were discovered dead inside their north-west Morley house. Andrew Standing, Prince’s partner and her child’s father, is thought to have discovered the grisly thing before calling the police.

Chloe Prince was an employer St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospital, according to her LinkedIn. Police are investigating the killings as a potential murder-suicide and have opened a criminal case. It is not thought that Mr. Standing is a suspect. Anyone who has any information about the tragedy or saw anything suspicious For confidential support 24/7 call Lifeline on 131 114 or 1800 RESPECT.

Throughout Australia, there are numerous organizations that offer education and assistance to those with mental illness, their families, and their careers. The following is a list of some of the major groups.

FriendLine supports anyone who’s feeling lonely, needs to reconnect or just wants a chat. You can call them 7 days a week on 1800 424 287, or chat online with one of their trained volunteers. All conversations with FriendLine are anonymous.

Head to Health gives advice and will connect you to local mental health services. Call 1800 595 212. Check the operating times.

Lifeline provides 24-hour crisis counselling, support groups and suicide prevention services. Call 13 11 14, text 0477 13 11 14 or chat online.

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PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia) supports women, men and families across Australia affected by anxiety and depression during pregnancy and in the first year of parenthood. Call 1300 726 306, 9am – 7:30pm AEST (Mon-Fri).

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