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We understand the power of support and connection following a suicide attempt, and believe every individual should have the opportunity to feel heard and supported.

Our Suicide Prevention Service is a free three-month intensive program providing specialised support to individuals who have had a recent suicide attempt.

We support people of all ages across metropolitan Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.

How we can help

Whether you live in the city or more remotely in the Hills, our Suicide Prevention Service is a specialist outreach program. For the help you need, when you need it – we come to you. We will work with you wherever you feel most comfortable – at home, at an AnglicareSA site, or in a community setting.

Over a period of three months, an AnglicareSA support worker will provide regular face-to-face support sessions. These sessions will involve safety planning and assist with strategies to manage stressful times and events. We will also work with you to identify and connect with community and social groups that can help assist with the unique needs of each individual and family.

Month 1: Listening, understanding and safety planning

During the first month we will visit you each week to ensure you feel supported in what can be a very challenging time. In each session, your dedicated support worker will listen to understand your experience and circumstances, support you to identify your goals, and collaboratively design a safety plan incorporating our supports.

Month 2: Gaining confidence, empowerment

During our second month with you, we will maintain regular appointments while cementing more ways to empower you. This way you can start gaining as much confidence as possible to get back into doing the things you love, or get involved in new things that you want and need.

Month 3: Securing supports, community connections

As you continue to reignite your hope and create new goals for your future, during our third month with you, we aim to ensure you have the right supports in place and established connections with your community. This way, you will feel confident to continue building on the progress you have made over the past three months.

How can I refer someone?

Adelaide city & surrounding suburbs

In the city and surrounding suburbs, AnglicareSA delivers The Way Back Support Service, which is available to support people in the first few months following a suicide attempt. While in hospital or shortly after leaving hospital, our team will be in touch with you to check in and see how things are going.

We accept referrals from the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The person being referred must also live in the Central Adelaide Local Health Network. Referrals can be made by calling 1300 077 798 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).­

See the map below.

The Way Back Support Service is a beyondblue initiative funded by Primary Health Networks.

Northern suburbs, southern suburbs, Adelaide Hills

To the north and south of Adelaide and in the Hills, AnglicareSA’s Suicide Prevention Service is here to support you in the months following a suicide attempt.

We accept referrals from hospitals, GPs or mental health professionals. So please contact your GP or mental health worker to assist with referrals if you or your loved one is in need of support. The person being referred must live in the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, Southern Adelaide Local Health Network or the Adelaide Hills. Referrals can be made by calling 1300 077 798 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).­

See the map below.


Get in touch

For referrals or any questions about our suicide prevention support services, please call us on 1300 077 798 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).

It’s important to note that AnglicareSA Suicide Prevention Service is not a crisis service.

If you or someone you know needs immediate help, please contact:

AnglicareSA is a proud member of Suicide Prevention Australia.