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
Virtual Assistant – Guided Relaxation program
Claire is a virtual assistant, designed by the Suicide Call Back Service. Why not let Claire take you through her progressive muscle relaxation program to help manage stress and improve mental function.More
Friday 17 May 2019 is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). Launched in 2004 #IDAHOBIT celebrates LGBTQIA+ people around the world, championing inclusion and aiming to build a better world for the LGBTQIA+ community.More
Pay it Forward – The mental benefits of volunteering
April 28 is Pay It Forward Day, a global initiative that seeks to make a difference by creating a huge ripple of kindness felt across the world. One way to get involved with #Payitforwardday is to volunteer. Studies show that volunteering can have many positive implications, not only for those you help, but also for your own mental wellbeing.More
Virtual Assistant – Breathing exercise
Claire is a virtual assistant, designed by the Suicide Call Back Service. Using artificial intelligence, Claire can support you in getting the help you need, finding information and self-help resources that can help you address your needs. Claire also has a pre-loaded breathing skills program to help you feel calmer if you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed.More
Coping after large scale tragedies
When news of large scale tragedies break, the emotional impact can be difficult to deal with. Constant discussions at work and exposure to ongoing media coverage can make you feel unsafe, anxious, or powerless. View our seven tips to help you or your friends address these feelings so they don’t impact your daily life.More
Help for suicide emergency – CATT (Crisis Assessment and Treatment Teams)
Made up of psychiatric nurses, social workers psychiatrists and psychologists, Crisis assessment and treatment teams (CATT) are based at your nearest local major hospital, and provide help during mental health emergencies.More