No Secret: Resources and Help

Knowledge is power, right? With more knowledge and understanding about suicide, we have the power to break the silence around the topic. We're also able to learn how to best support people and have conversations that are grounded in factual information.


  • Anglicare

    Operates camps for children that have lost a close sibling. There is Starbound (13-17) or Starbear (5-12) 
  • CORES (Community Response to Eliminating Suicide)

    CORES is a community based program which educates members of a local community on how to intervene when they encounter a person they believe may be suicidal.
    cores.org.au
  • Entertainment Assist

    Entertainment Assist are a charity run with the sole purpose to “promote and facilitate enhancement of mental health and wellbeing in the Australian entertainment industry”. They provide resources tailored to the arts sector, support groups and education.
    www.entertainmentassist.org.au/about/
  • HeadsUp

    Mentally healthy workplaces: Heads Up is an initiative from beyondblue and the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance, working with businesses to encourage employees, leaders and owners to take charge of creating a healthy work environment. It has interactive tools designed for all levels of management, has resources for developing action plans and ways to look out for your colleagues and yourself.
    www.headsup.org.au/home
  • Life in Mind - Hunter Institute of Mental Health

    Life in Mind is a new national initiative that will connect organisations, programs, researchers and professionals working in suicide prevention to each other, and the community, by providing a digital platform for knowledge exchange around suicide prevention activities across Australia.
    https://himh.org.au/programs/life-in-mind
  • Living Beyond Suicide


    Practical support for families after losing a loved one to suicide Call 1300761193. Anglicare Living Beyond Suicide
  • Mosh (Minimisation of Self Harm)

    Raises awareness of suicide prevention and bereavement support. moshaustralia.org.au
  • Kids/Youth Helpline

    Kids/Youth Helpline www.kidshelp.com.au
  • Q-life

    QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI). QLife provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to people of all ages across the full breadth of people’s bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities, and lived experiences.
    www.qlife.org.au
  • Silent Ripples

    Bereavement support groups, silentripples.net
  • Skylight

    Assists people with mental illness, family and friends with mental health programs www.skylight.org.au/
  • Soften the F-up

    There is one common theme that underpins it all: As Australian boys and men, we’re taught to bottle up the thoughts and feelings we have. At its core, “sucking it up and just getting on with life” is built on the idea of resilience – which is a positive thing. The problem is that ignoring problems doesn’t actually build resilience.
    softenthefckup.com.au
  • Square (Suicide Question and Answer Resources)

    square is an integrated suicide prevention resource developed by General Practice SA and Relationships Australia SA in conjunction with the Federal and State Governments. It is part of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy and was jointly funded by the Australian Government and the Government of South Australia.
    square.org.au