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Beyond Blue online forums

Online forums providing space to ask questions, share experiences and support with other users.

Beyond Now – Your suicide safety planning app

The Beyond Now suicide safety planning app allows people to create a structured plan (ideally with the support form a health professional or someone whom is trusted), that participants can used when experiencing suicidal thoughts, feelings, distress or crisis.

Black Dog Institute Fact Sheets

Black Dog Institute provides a range of free factsheets and resources to educate people about mental health research and treatments. These cover such topics as: depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, workplace mental health, adolescents and young people’s mental health, suicide prevention, e-mental health, positive psychology and wellbeing.

Care After a Suicide Attempt report

Researchers from Black Dog Institute prepared this report for the National Mental Health Commission. The report investigates the response of health services to people who had previously made a suicide attempt, aiming to provide a better understanding of what support people currently receive, how helpful or otherwise these services are, and the barriers to improvement.

Champions of Inclusion: A Guide to Creating LGBTI Inclusive Organisations

Champions of Inclusion: A Guide to Creating LGBTI Inclusive Organisations provides a framework for organisations wishing to instigate a LGBTI Champions project across a diverse range of workplaces and groups, including mental health and suicide prevention services and organisations. 

Conversations Matter: Community Resources

Conversations Matter: Professional resources

Coping with self-harm: a guide for parents and carers

by Orygen

As many as 10% of young Australians will self-harm at some point in their lives but parents and carers often feel alone when they discover that a loved one is intentionally hurting themselves.

This guide was co-developed by parents and carers of young people, as well as young people themselves.

It is aimed at helping parents, carers, family members and friends cope when a young person is self-harming.

It includes information on the nature and causes of self-harm, how to support a young person when facing this problem and what help is available.

Dos and Don’ts in Designing School-Based Awareness Programs for Suicide Prevention

This study distills recommendations for school-based suicide awareness and prevention programs from experts using a three-stage Delphi survey.