We are delighted to launch the Collaborative's first Report Card this week, which provides an overview of all that we’ve been working on and an indication of what we’re looking to achieve in the coming years.
The Report Card contains the story of how the Collaborative came about, how we work, and why the voices of people with lived experience are so important in suicide prevention. The Report Card also features information on:
- the LifeSpan trial with Black Dog Institute
- local community engagement and training
- the Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) campaign and Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) program in schools
- improving the supports available to people after a crisis
- evidence-based treatments for suicidality.
We would like to thank our members for your valuable contributions, which are essential to the success of the Collaborative.
- Next Steps wins grant to explore gender differences in suicide prevention
- Invitation: an opportunity for substantial change!
- Working together to deliver quality community training
- Keeping well & staying connected amidst COVID-19 shutdown
- Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) program kicks off for 2020
- Article: Illawarra suicide prevention head Alex Hains says we all have a role to play
- Nominate someone you know for a LiFE Award today!
- Find support during the bushfires
- Find support for yourself and others during the holidays
- Services for people experiencing homelessness during the holidays
- Applications now open for Innovation Research Grants!
- Development of the NSW LGBTI Health Strategy
- Help us spread the word about suicide prevention
- Have you seen our new Evaluation video?
- Launch of the Collaborative's first Report Card
- Free local suicide prevention training
- Illawarra Mercury receives national media award for 'Care to QPR' campaign
- Join us for the Collaborative's R U OK? Day event!
- Funded placements are still available for health professionals to attend Recovery Camp!
- The power of people with lived experience working together