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Community members

QTMHC Suicide Prevention Resources Hub provides community members with resources and links to better find culturally appropriate support for themselves, their families or people in their community.

How to be a suicide prevention champion

You can contribute to suicide prevention by completing suicide prevention training, distributing suicide prevention resources to your community, referring and supporting community members to access help and participating in community activities that help to prevent suicide.

Useful training courses

Practicing Suicide Prevention in your Organisation for Volunteers and Staff
For help to register view the iLearn Registration and Course Enrolment Guide
Mental Health First Aid: Conversations About Suicide

Useful resources

Suicide Prevention community resource (available in 23 languages)
Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviours - Mental Health First Aid Guidelines
Suicide First Aid Guidelines for People from Immigrant and Refugee Background Suicide info graphic

Suicide prevention networks and champion programs

You can also participate in one of the many suicide prevention community networks.
Wesley Lifeforce Networks
Mental Health First Aid Champion Communities Program 

Organisations that can support a person who is experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviours

For urgent situations

Where there is immediate danger or risk of suicide:

  • Call Emergency on 000
  • Go to your nearest Crisis Support Space (CSS) located at a hospital; or
  • Go to a hospital emergency department

For non-urgent phone support (24 hours/7 days a week)

Where there is not immediate danger or risk of suicide:

For non-urgent and specialised multicultural services

Queensland Transcultural Mental Health Centre
Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma
World Wellness Group
Harmony Place
Building culturally safe and inclusive communities
LGBTIQ+ Health Australia
Carers support

Interpreting services

Interpreter services in Queensland Health
Interpreter services for eligible groups through the Department of Home Affairs

Other translating and interpreting service providers

2M Language Services - Professional Translation & Interpreting Services
Auslan Connections - Connections Home
Ezispeak - Translation & Interpreter Services in Melbourne, Australia
Translationz - Translation Services, Interpreter Services, Company Australia
LanguageLoop - Interpreting & Translation Specialists Australia
ONCALL Interpreters & Translators Australia
TIS National

Last updated 26 July 2021
Last reviewed 9 July 2021