Community projects and stories

Age Friendly Charter

The Age Friendly Charter defines the values and aspirations as told by older community members in the lower Great Southern.

Great Southern Compassionate Communities

Compassionate Communities is a whole-of-community approach to increasing awareness of end of life, and empowering people to live and die well.

Kimberley Aboriginal Suicide Prevention Trial

This trial is helping to develop a model of suicide prevention that meets the unique and culturally sensitive needs of the region’s Aboriginal communities.

Midwest Suicide Prevention Trial

This trial is focusing on men aged 25 to 54, specifically farmers, fishers and fly in, fly out (FIFO) workers and the Aboriginal community.

Peel, Rockingham and Kwinana Suicide Prevention Trial

This trial is focusing on young people between the ages of 16 to 24.

Alliance Against Depression

The Alliance Against Depression is the world’s best practice in optimising the care of people with depression, anxiety and preventing suicidal behaviour through a community based four-level-intervention framework.


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