Getting back on track after a suicide attempt
Getting back on track after a suicide attempt will be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. But it’s not impossible. Let’s take a look at some tips that can help you get back on track.More
Favourite blogs of 2019
As the year draws to a close it’s time to look back at some of the most engaging topics and information that have resonated within our community.More
Understand how depression can affect your relationship
Individuals with a mental health condition such as depression can have a negative impact on their spouse’s mental health, and vice versa, sometimes even leading to relationship breakdown. Understand the common signs that indicate depression could be a factor in your relationship.More
ReMinder Suicide Safety Plan app updated
Suicide Call Back Service launched the ReMinder Suicide Safety Plan app mid 2018. This free app allows users to create a digital suicide safety plan, accessible anytime, anywhere. Listening to user feedback, we have now updated the ReMinder Suicide Safety Plan app with a host of new features.More
Ideas for World Suicide Prevention Day
It’s not just about raising awareness of the problem itself — it’s about raising awareness of what issues contribute to Australia’s high suicide rate.More
The Australian suicide rate is too high
Australia’s 2018 suicide statistics showed a shocking 9 per cent increase in the number of people who took their own lives. What can you do to help reverse these figures?More
How can you help reduce the suicide rate?
Suicide is a leading cause of death among Australians. What can you do to help?More
How would you talk to someone who is suicidal?
Talking to someone who is thinking about suicide may not be easy, but what you say and how you listen can make a significant difference to their wellbeing.More
How can a suicide hotline help?
Suicide is a complex issue and people may have different reasons for calling or chatting online.More
Age and depression
Symptoms of depression among the elderly are high, especially in residential aged care, but it is important to note that depression is not a natural part of ageing.More