LifeSpan is an evidence-based model for integrated suicide prevention in Australia. Developed by the Black Dog Institute, it involved the simultaneous implementation of nine key strategies to reduce suicide. Newcastle was the first site to trial the approach in NSW in 2016 and was led by an alliance of agencies working together locally to reduce suicide.
The Partners in Mining program was developed as a free group information and support program for those in the Hunter mining community who support a person experiencing problems with their mental health.
Everymind has been contracted by the NSW Ministry of Health Mental Health Branch to provide training to support the emerging Mental Health Community Living Supports for Refugees (MH-CLSR) workforce in managing and responding to suicide risk among refugees and asylum seekers.