COVID Update

In accordance with NSW Health COVID Safe measures our Aftercare program will be temporarily be supporting people thought the use of video and telephone serivces. Please contact the office on 1300 152 854 to find out how this services is able to support you while restrictions are in place.

Supporting you after a suicide attempt

If you have attempted suicide, Lifeline’s AfterCare service is designed to increase access and engagement with care to help manage suicidal thoughts and prevent repetition of suicidal behaviour or self-harm.

This service has been designed for adults for immediate support following a suicide attempt, or survivors of a past suicide attempt.

About the AfterCare Service

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Linking you with further assistance

The AfterCare service will provide referrals to external community organisations that can provide practical support and services to address holistic issues such as housing, finances, and/or relationships when required.

The AfterCare service is currently supporting communities in three regions - Singleton, Tamworth and Forster.

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You don’t require a referral to use the service. Just contact Lifeline on 1300 152 854 or complete our online enquiry form.

AfterCare is proudly being delivered by Lifeline and funded by the Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network.
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Tools for family and friends

The care received by people after a suicide attempt is key to reducing future suicide attempts and suicide deaths.

The AfterCare service provides increased access and engagement with care to prevent the repetition of suicidal behaviour or self-harm.

If you would like to introduce someone to this service, please use this form.

Information for health care professionals

If you’re a health care professional and would like to introduce someone to the AfterCare service, or receive further information, please contact AfterCare Manager Leisha Antunovich on 0447 257 990.

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