Updates from the Prime Minister's National Suicide Prevention Adviser
The University of New England is conducting research to understand the ways in which people experience suicide from a personal point of view. This information will be used to inform the work of the National Suicide Prevention Taskforce.
On Friday, the National Cabinet unanimously adopted the National Mental Health and Wellbeing Pandemic Response Plan, with $48.1 million allocated to implement immediate actions.
New Commissioner appointed to strengthen suicide prevention for defence personnel, veterans and their families
The Prime Minister announced the appointment of a National Commissioner for Defence and Veteran Suicide Prevention and a new Veteran Family Advocate.
Summary of initial findings from the National Suicide Prevention Adviser.
Leading mental health and suicide prevention organisations across the nation are collaborating to support #YouCanTalk – a campaign to encourage, empower and equip Australians to play a more active role in suicide prevention.