Why talk to us about suicide prevention?

Wellbeing SA and the Premier’s Council on Suicide Prevention are developing the SA Suicide Prevention Plan 2022-2025 in partnership with you, the SA community.

Talking about suicide and suicidal distress can be difficult and awkward, but we know listening and understanding peoples’ stories and experience can help.

The SA Government want to make sure we hear from people about what could make a difference in preventing suicide.

It’s the experiences and wisdom of people who have been impacted by suicide and suicidal distress that can help us understand what we need to do to prevent suicide in our community.

We would really like to hear about what matters to you the most for preventing suicide, whether you think we have been getting things right as a State, and what we could be doing better.

How long does it take?
This survey will take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

Worried about how you're feeling?
We know it takes courage to discuss suicide and that talking about suicide can raise all sorts of feelings. If you’re worried about how you’re feeling and would like to talk to someone, here are some numbers you can call:

Lifeline 13 11 14
https://www.lifeline.org.au/

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
https://www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au/

Lived Experience Telephone Support Service (LETSS) 1800 013 755
https://www.letss.org.au/

Kids’ Helpline (ages 5 to 25) 1800 55 1800
https://kidshelpline.com.au/

Mensline 1300 78 99 78
https://mensline.org.au/

beyondblue 1300 22 4636
https://www.beyondblue.org.au/

QLife 1800 184 527
https://qlife.org.au/

Thirrili National Indigenous Postvention Service 1800 805 801
https://thirrili.com.au/nips

Open Arms – Veterans [and their families] 24 hour crisis support line 1800 011 046 
www.openarms.gov.au

GriefLink
https://grieflink.org.au/

Health Direct
https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/mental-health-helplines

We look forward to hearing from you.

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