Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) key role is to build and facilitate partnerships to reduce suicide, bringing together Not-for-Profits, Governments, Primary Health Networks, business, community and lived experience to make a collective impact.
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Driving the National Policy Agenda
Through the SPA Policy Committee, we work with Members to influence the national policy agenda and drive priorities for change in the suicide prevention sector.
Adelaide, Australia: Today at Suicide Prevention Australia’s National Suicide Prevention Conference, Chief Executive Nieves Murray will launch a paper that challenges Australia’s view of the role of mental illness when it comes to suicide prevention.
On Monday 30 April 2018, Suicide Prevention Australia Members were invited to attend a briefing on The Suicide Prevention Hub being launched by The Minister for Health, the Hon. Greg Hunt later that afternoon. We are delighted to now share this webinar with the general public.
National leadership body, Suicide Prevention Australia, is delighted to welcome The Minister for Health, the Hon. Greg Hunt to Sydney today to formally launch The Suicide Prevention Hub. The Suicide Prevention Hub is the first investment made by the Federal Government’s $12 million National Suicide Prevention Research Fund (The Fund).