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Suicide Prevention & Bereavement

Suicide Prevention & Bereavement

Caring staff of The Salvation Army are here to listen and support you if you are considering suicide or concerned about someone else.

The Salvation Army also runs a number of services and programs to provide support if you have lost a loved one because of suicide.

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If you are concerned for the immediate safety of yourself or someone else, please call 000 for emergency assistance.

Telephone Support

If you're considering suicide or concerned about someone else, the best thing you can do is talk to someone. A number of organisations provide free 24-hour telephone services where you can find a listening ear and someone who can talk to you about options that are available to you for support.

Face-to-face Counselling

The Salvation Army Counselling Service provides professional face-to-face counselling in many locations around Australia.

Find out more about The Salvation Army Counselling Service

Online Education Program

The Salvation Army Hope for Life provides an online education program that provides basic training in how to support someone you think is at risk of suicide. 

Visit the Hope For Life website.

Suicide Bearevement Support

If you have lost someone to suicide, The Salvation Army offers support to people bereaved by suicide as part of a national network.

Find out more about bereavement support

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