StandBy, Support After Suicide

November 25th, 2022 Posted by: Melanie King

StandBy Support After Suicide is Australia’s national suicide postvention program dedicated to supporting individuals and communities bereaved or impacted by suicide. This may include supporting families, friends, children, witnesses, first responders, practitioners, schools, workplaces and communities who have experienced a death by suicide either recently or in the past. In the South Eastern NSW, StandBy […]



Roses in the Ocean – new website

October 25th, 2022 Posted by: Melanie King

New website is now live! Take a look at the new Roses in the Ocean website, a digital display of who they are and what they do. Great resource hub and information. www.rosesintheocean.com.au



Opportunity for Research Participation

September 2nd, 2022 Posted by: Melanie King

More information and expression of interest



Thirrili

August 29th, 2022 Posted by: Melanie King

Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities after suicide thirrili.com.au



Red Dust Healing

August 29th, 2022 Posted by: Melanie King


NSW Post Suicide Support initiative

June 11th, 2021 Posted by: Melanie King


National Indigenous Postvention Service, NIPS

November 27th, 2020 Posted by: Melanie King

NIPS flyer link NIPS/Thirrili link Thirrili link Providing emotional and practical support to families impacted by a loss from suicide or other traumatic event. For families and community members. NIPS available 24/7 on 1800 805 801. Calls answered by Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Advocates.



“Walk with Us” Remembrance Walk

September 13th, 2020 Posted by: Melanie King

SPAN held its annual ‘Walk with Us” Remembrance Walk yesterday, 12th September, to honour those whose lives have been lost to suicide and to give family members and friends a safe and supportive space in which to share their stories and grief. The weather was perfect – mild and windless. The location – Tips Billabong, […]



Virtual Garden

September 8th, 2020 Posted by: Melanie King

Visit the Lifeline South Coast virtual garden, in bloom now Lifeline South Coast garden is a safe space to share openly and comfortably about suicide providing a unique way for our community to reflect, offer hope and remember. Through the virtual garden we aim to ensure that those who are experiencing the impacts of suicide […]



Health Minister orders review after study links antidepressants and youth suicide

July 26th, 2020 Posted by: Melanie King

SMH exclusive report



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