Designed for people across the community who are involved in suicide and self-harm prevention activities, the Living is for Everyone (LIFE) website provides a practical suite of resources and research findings on how to address the complex issues of suicide and suicide prevention.
By providing Australia’s national framework for suicide prevention, The Living Is For Everyone (LIFE) Framework sets a strategy for action, guiding activities aimed at reducing the rate at which people take their own lives.
Assisting communities to respond to crises, with a particular emphasis on mental health and wellbeing and suicide prevention.Learn more
Supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.Learn more
Delivering national suicide prevention activities to reduce suicide and suicidal behavior among LGBTI people and communities.Learn more
As of 30 June 2017, On the Line will cease to deliver the Living is for Everyone (LIFE) project. Originally aimed at improving access to suicide and self-harm prevention activities, as well as improving communication between suicide prevention stakeholders in Australia, the LIFE project will continue to be delivered by The Hunter Institute of Mental Health.
In November 2015, as part of its response to the National Mental Health Commission Review of mental health programs, the Government announced a renewed approach to suicide prevention through the establishment of a new National Suicide Prevention Strategy; with a systems-based regional approach to suicide prevention led by Primary Health Networks (PHNs).