Updates from the Prime Minister's 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.
Today the Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the Causes of Death data, which includes the number of Australians who we have sadly lost to suicide.
The Prime Minister’s Suicide Prevention Adviser, Ms Christine Morgan, attended the International Congress for Suicide Prevention in Northern Ireland last week.
This week marks World Suicide Prevention Day and R U OK? Day. Now more than ever it is important that we work together, across each community and across the whole-of-government, to prevent the distress and impacts that come with suicide.
As part of Life in Mind's ongoing commitment to providing the sector with the latest suicide prevention information, programs, data and research, a landing page has been launched today to share updates from Christine Morgan, the Prime Minister’s National Suicide Prevention Adviser
Updates from the Office of the Prime Minister’s National Suicide Prevention Adviser and Taskforce