South Western Sydney PHN
South Western Sydney PHN is a not-for-profit health organisation dedicated to supporting general practitioners, practice nurses and other primary health providers to deliver the best possible care for their patients and improve access to quality local health care for the whole community.
Servicing seven local government areas of Bankstown, Fairfield, Liverpool, Campbelltown, Camden, Wollondilly and Wingecarribee, South Western Sydney PHN (SWSPHN) is one of 31 primary health networks across Australia aiming to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of health services delivered in our region.
Trial site information
SWSPHN currently commissions Lifeline Macarthur to provide the following services throughout South Western Sydney: Suicide Preventions Networks; Suicide Bereavement Support Groups; ECLIPSE Support Groups for Suicide Attempt Survivors; Lifeline Crisis Support Suicide Aftercare Program; Gatekeeper Training; and means restriction.
The SWSPHN also commissions a Clinical Suidcide Prevention Service providing people with low to medium risk of suicide with free intensive therapy for up to two months.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- Children or young people
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people
- Lived experience
- People with an increased risk of suicide
- People who have attempted suicide
- People bereaved by suicide
- People experiencing mental illness
- Regional and remote communities
- Primary Health Network (PHN)