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Suicide Prevention Services

SNHN Suicide Prevention Services Guide

To see our guide to community-based suicide prevention services in the Northern Sydney Region please CLICK HERE.

Other Support Services

The Way Back Support Service

The Way Back is a tailored aftercare support service for people who are experiencing a suicidal crisis or have made a suicide attempt. The service provides non-clinical, tailored, psychosocial support to reduce distress. They also build connections in the individual’s community during the period when they are most at risk of re-attempting.

*Please note, people who are experiencing suicidal ideation or at risk of self-harm can access the Suicide Referral Pathway under Psychological Services for Underserviced Groups.

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Eligibility

The Way Back provides aftercare to people who have entered a hospital emergency department or Community Mental Health Service following a suicide attempt or who are experiencing a suicidal crisis. Any person who lives, works, or studies in the Sydney North Health Network region can access this service.

How to access the services

Referrals can be made through the hospital or Community Mental Health Services, or by a General Practitioner. Call 1300 000 125.

GPs can also refer people through the Mental Health Triage on 1300 782 391, send a referral form via secure fax on 02 8072 6899.

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