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What communities can do to prevent suicide

Prevention of suicide in Australia needs to be a shared responsibility involving all sectors, organisations and communities.

Read more on LIFE - Living is for Everyone website

Lifeline’s Approach to Suicide Prevention

Lifeline’s approach to suicide prevention is based on a belief that it is possible to intervene in a suicidal crisis through the offer of help, and that this can save a life.

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Suicide and Self-Harm - Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health

People who engage in self-harm deliberately hurt their bodies. The term 'self-harm' (also referred to as 'deliberate self-injury' or parasuicide) refers to a range of behaviours, not a mental disorder or illness.

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Facts and figures about mental health

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Our work in reforming the mental health system

beyondblues system reform and access program aims to influence systemic change to reduce barriers and improve the experience to accessing health care

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Our work with men

The task of the beyondblue Mens Team is to provide national leadership in the drive to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety in men.

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Risk factors affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

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Men in the workplace

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Older people

Older people are more likely to experience physical illness or personal loss which are contributing factors to anxiety and depression

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Gay- bisexual and trans men

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