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Best Practice Suicide Prevention Programs and Services

The Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention (CBPATSISP) aims to highlight best practice in order to support communities to further develop their suicide prevention programs and services.

Listed here are programs and services in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention assessed as best practice. Some programs were initially assessed as part of the ATSISPEP meta-evaluation and reviewed by the CBPATSISP team in 2018 and 2019; other programs are being assessed according to the CBPATSISP criteria.

We aim to add more programs and services to our website. See Share Your Program for information on submitting your program or service for assessment.
The types of programs are listed below:

  • Prevention;
  • Social Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) and Healing;
  • Postvention;
  • Crisis Response;
  • Training/Workforce Development: and
  • Clinical Services.

Programs that fit in several categories are listed in each applicable category.

Prevention

Programs and services

Prevention

Programs and Services

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SEWB

Social Emotional Wellbeing and Healing

SEWB

Programs and Services

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Postvention

Programs and services

Postvention

Programs and Services

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Crisis Response

Programs and services

Crisis Response

Programs and Services

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Training

Training and workforce development

Training

Programs and Services

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Clinical Services

Primary and tertiary services

Clinical Services

Primary and Tertiary Services coming soon

Contact Us

School of Indigenous Studies, University of Western Australia

39 Fairway, Nedlands, WA 6009.

cbp.clearinghouse@uwa.edu.au 

+61 8 6488 1570

Acknowledgement of Country:

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadjuk people of the Noongar nation, and their Elders past, present and emerging. We also wish to acknowledge and respect the continuing culture, strength, and resilience of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities as well as our Indigenous members from other parts of the world.

Disclaimer:

“The terms ‘Aboriginal’, ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’ and ‘Indigenous’ are used interchangeably. It is acknowledged that there are many cultural differences between and within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the use of differing terms does not intend to disregard such differences.” © Copyright 2018