With a focus on self-harm and suicide in adolescence, this program will assist clinicians and health professionals to manage youth in distress, self-harm and suicidality. The program has been designed... read more →
This guide looks at early warning signs of self-harm, factors that may influence young First Nations people to self-harm, and how to get help, including managing a crisis and injuries.
This resource is based on the #chatsafe guidelines and has been developed to help communities who may have experienced the suicide of a young person provide information and support via... read more →
Orygen’s #chatsafe guide includes advice for young people on how to talk about self-harm and suicide safely on social media and other digital platforms. Developed in partnership with young people,... read more →
The #chatsafe guidelines' top 10 tips for young people on communicating safely online about suicide.
Suicide Prevention Australia has developed a policy position focused on young people. Policy on youth specific early intervention and support services, including context and commentary
This 14-18 hour course teaches adults how to assist an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander young person who may be experiencing a mental health problem or crisis, including suicidal thoughts... read more →
Suicide Prevention Australia shares this report which describes three inter-related studies that explored the relationship between different mental health care pathways and repeated presentations to emergency departments in over 2,000... read more →
In June 2020, the Suicide Prevention research team at Orygen conducted consultations (one-on-one interviews and a focus group/workshop) with 11 different young people regarding their lived experiences of suicidality and... read more →