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We exist to provide a clear, collective voice for suicide prevention, so that together we can save lives. Our members are central to everything we do. At Suicide Prevention Australia we believe that through collaboration and shared purpose, we can work towards our ambition of a world without suicide.
The Subscriber category is for individuals who would like to access the learning and development benefits of Suicide Prevention Australia such as Learnlinc. and our events, without the interest in policy, advocacy, and governance of the organisation.
Please note that Subscribers are not members of Suicide Prevention Australia and do not hold the same constitutional rights or benefits.
We welcome your subscriber application if you have a demonstrated commitment to suicide and self-harm prevention, intervention and/or postvention or would like to learn more.
To apply to become a Subscriber, please fill in your details below and proceed to the next page.
Subscriber full rate for 12 months membership is $150, which includes a license to Learnlinc.
All Suicide Prevention Australia subscriptions are based on the calendar year and run from month of joining to end December of that year. Renewals are sent annually in October each year. Your fee will be calculated from the month of joining. For example, if you join halfway through the year your pro-rata rate of 50% of the full 12 months and will be calculated at check-out.
For Subscribers joining before January 1st 2024, you will be charged for 12 months and your subscription will start on January 1st, 2024.
Please check the details below and update any that may have changed.
Lived experience is integral to everything we do at Suicide Prevention Australia. Working with people who have lived experience of suicide allows us to better represent our members’ views and experiences to government and other external groups.
People with lived experience are uniquely placed to inform how we can support people through a crisis.
Lived experience of suicide includes those who have experienced suicidal thoughts and behaviour, survived a suicide attempt, cared for someone through suicidal crisis or are bereaved by suicide.