Share your views on the development of SA’s Suicide Prevention Plan 2022-2025
Wellbeing SA and the Premier’s Council on Suicide Prevention are developing South Australia’s next Suicide Prevention Plan – in partnership with the community.
In our public consultation to help us develop the plan, we received input from over 3,200 people, organisations and communities throughout metropolitan, regional, rural and remote areas of South Australia, to gain the benefit of your wisdom and experience on resilience and suicide prevention.
From this feedback we developed the “What We Heard About Suicide In South Australia” report. We are now seeking your feedback to make sure we have properly heard what you think will make a difference in preventing suicide.
Your feedback will help us put in place a plan that makes a meaningful change in reducing preventable suicide in South Australia.
For those who shared with us their experiences and wisdom in our earlier consultation, we hope that you feel your views and ideas are represented in the report and its key themes. We are keen to know if we heard you right.
For those who did not participate in the earlier public consultation, we welcome any feedback on this report.
How to provide feedback
There are a few ways for you to give feedback on the “What We Heard About Suicide In South Australia” report:
- Filling out this quick online survey
- Emailing us at email@example.com
- Phoning us on 1800 955 709 during business hours (Monday to Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm)
- Writing to us Wellbeing SA, PO Box 388, Rundle Mall, SA 5000
Your feedback is anonymous and data will not be identifiable.
Something we heard frequently during the public consultation was that suicide can be challenging to talk about and it is so important to be met with compassion. We hope the ways we offer you to engage with us are comfortable, and if not, we would like to know too how we could do things differently.
Consultation closes: 9 October 2021
Need help or support?
Talking about suicide can raise all sorts of feelings. If you are worried about how you are feeling and would like to talk to someone, services and support are available.