Mental health organisation On the Line Australia’s media releases announce new innovative technologies, new counselling services, key topics and more.
The Department of Health is extending the funding for two key suicide crisis support and prevention services: Suicide Call Back Service and the All Hours Suicide Support Service.More
Recent reports suggest that Australians living in regional and remote areas are not able to access the mental health support they need. One in five Australians will experience a mental health disorder each year, and with 29% of the population living in regional or remote areas, the need for mental health services is significant. On the Line’s Suicide Call Back Service and MensLine Australia counselling services can fill some of these gaps.More
On the Line welcomes the news that Suicide Call Back Service will receive an additional $400,000 in funding from the Department of Health. This funding boost will help the service to meet the increased demand from people needing to talk to counsellors in their time of need.More
CAREinMIND™ Wellbeing Support Service funded by the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network and delivered by On the Line is a free telephone and online counselling service available to help people in the north, central or western suburbs of Melbourne who are feeling the pressures and stresses of everyday life.
Turnbull Government to provide $5.7 million towards a community support package for people impacted by Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) emanating from the RAAF Base Tindal in Katherine in the Northern Territory.More
Step Together offers community advice and support through a helpline and online service for people who may be concerned or worried that someone they care about may be trying to effect political and social change through violence.More
Latest suicide data from ABS. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released their report on the Leading Causes of Death for 2016. The report shows that the number of people who died from intentional self-harm has decreased since 2015.More