Help inform the Western Australian Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2021-2025

Published on 3 Jul 2019

The Mental Health Commission is developing a new suicide prevention strategy, the Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2021-2025.

Building on the work of Suicide Prevention 2020: Together we can save lives, the Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2025 will provide a guide on activities that can help Western Australian communities reduce the incidence of suicide.

Conversations have begun to help inform the activities to be included in the Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2025, with community consultation currently underway in regional and metropolitan communities.                                        

The Commission will work to align the Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2025 with existing national and state-based strategies. 

The Commission would like to hear the thoughts and ideas of people who have been affected by suicide, about the type of activities they believe will help address suicide in their communities. 

To express an interest in taking part in face-to-face consultations which are being held from the Kimberley to Albany throughout June and July 2019, please email Tuna Blue Facilitation.

A 15-minute anonymous online survey available to all members of the public to have their say is also now live, until 31 July 2019.

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