Looking back at the last 2.5 years, it’s hard to believe what we’ve lived through and how we’ve coped. Research has found that, in communities that have experienced a recent natural disaster, instead of seeing an uptick in suicide, people reached out to each other to help, support, and build connection. This leads to reduced suicide behaviours not just for the moment but for years to come.

During the pandemic, questions like, ‘How are you really doing?’ became common and people more easily discussed mental health. Many of us regularly checked in on loved ones. Let’s continue these conversations. We need to stick together. This is suicide prevention.

Learn what we’ve done over the past year, together with the community, individuals, and our partners, in this year’s annual report.

Updated website

Along with the release of our annual report, we’re excited to announce that we’ve just updated our website! Updates include: