The Black Dog Institute launches new network connecting regions, workers and evidence in suicide prevention
The Black Dog Institute has established a network aiming to connect those working in suicide prevention to each other and to evidence-based resources and research.
It is hoped that encouraging more workplaces to facilitate these conversations will help to reduce stigma and ultimately prevent deaths by suicide.
A new telephone call-back service will support people with lived experience of suicide by connecting them to others with a similar lived experience.
The National Ambulance Surveillance System is an innovation that will provide a more complete picture of suicidal and intentional self-harm behaviours in Australia.
A new toolkit is available to support business managers in the event of a public death by suicide at a site they are responsible for.