We are proud signatories of the Life in Mind National Communications Charter, which guides the way organisations talk about mental health and suicide prevention.
We work in collaboration with many Community Service Organisations, Suicide Prevention Networks, Government and non government organisations, Not for Profits, Educational Facilities, Front Line services and Corporate organisations and businesses.
This includes providing input into research projects, submissions into best practice in suicide prevention and delivering workshops to front line workers, first responders, corporate organisations and community services.
Clients include Lifeline, South West Hospital & Health Services, Queensland Police, Policelink, Richmond Fellowship Queensland, Wendybirds, Open Minds, United Synergies, Open Doors, Queensland Positive People, Salvation Army, PCYC, to name a few.
SPA provides national leadership for the suicide prevention sector in Australia. SPA works collaboratively to develop a community that knows how to ask for help and how to give help.
QCOSS’ key activities focus on providing effective policy advice, working to strengthen responsive community services and having productive partnerships with the community sector, government, private sector, academia, media and the broader community. This work is done with a Queensland free of poverty and disadvantage front of mind.
ACA is Australia’s largest single registration body for Counsellors and Psychotherapists with over 5,000 members. ACA serves a crucial role in advocating and advancing the profession of counseling and psychotherapy.
QAMH is a peak body for the Queensland community mental health sector. This organization is committed to integrating community mental health into the health continuum and raising the importance of health promotion, prevention and early intervention, which will ultimately reduce the burden on businesses, governments, communities, and hospital systems.
The AISP is an international organisation founded in 1960. It is in an official relationship with WHO, and has members from 50 countries worldwide. AISP is dedicated to preventing suicidal behaviour and providing a forum for mental health professionals, crisis workers, suicide survivors and other people affected by suicide.