The Towards Zero Suicides initiatives seek to provide leading best practice crisis care and support, build on local community resilience and improve systems and practices to reduce the suicide rate in NSW.
For anyone feeling distressed or having suicidal thoughts, Safe Havens are an alternative option to attending an emergency department.
SPOTs are mobile response teams helping those at-risk in the community.
More mental health help is available for rural and regional NSW.
More than 6,727 community members trained to create safe spaces for people to talk about their thoughts and feelings.
A culturally appropriate suicide prevention program is now available in NSW.
Changes to NSW Health policies and models for care to help achieve the goal of zero.
The Way Back Support Service provides follow-up after a suicide attempt.
Pilot locations in Blacktown and Coffs Harbour provide high-level support to children and young people.
This service provides family, friends and communities with support after a suicide.
How community groups will provide help, resources and awareness to groups with increased risk of suicide.
These programs enable people with lived experience of suicide to help provide early intervention and suicide prevention support.
The NSW Suicide Data Monitoring System identifies suspected and confirmed suicides in NSW.
How communities are working together to create a thorough and compassionate response to suicide.
An alert system will be trialled to ensure that suicide services for people at risk can be provided quickly.
NSW Health is providing suicide prevention training to staff across NSW Government services.