Today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2020, including preliminary suicide death data for Australia.
‘Creating Hope Through Action’ must start with elevating the voice of lived experience in our public communication about suicide
Everymind is pleased to receive funding from Movember and The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride to deliver an online support program for family and friends of Australian paramedics.
The release of timely data on ambulance presentations will help to extend what we know about suicidal behaviour in Australia.
Everymind is currently developing an online program and tailored resources to support families and friends impacted by a suicide attempt.
This program's development is funded by an Innovation Research Grant from the Suicide Prevention Research Fund, managed by Suicide Prevention Australia. The Innovation Research Grants support world-class Australian research into suicide prevention and the translation of knowledge into effective programs for individuals, families and communities.
Today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2019, including preliminary suicide death data for Australia.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) together with the National Mental Health Commission (NMHC), have released a website today which marks an important step towards establishing a centralised location for all suicide and intentional self-harm data.
Today’s Federal Government announcement of a further $19 million in funding for suicide prevention represents momentous news for the sector and the communities it supports as the nation marks RUOK? Day and World Suicide Prevention Day.
With the support of Roses in the Ocean, Everymind is seeking people with a lived experience of suicide to share their voice and contribute their lived experience perspective, in an ongoing role, to help inform a variety of prevention-focused initiatives.
Everymind is pleased to announce that the Institute is currently working with the NSW Ministry of Health, Mental Health Branch to develop a new training package to support suicide prevention in refugees.