Indigenous & Remote Health Past Partners

Media Partners

The Analysis & Policy Observatory is an award-winning research collection and information service curating key resources to support evidence-informed policy and practice. APO hosts and provides free access to a wide range of grey literature, data, journal articles and books, audio and video and online resources and the tools to publish, search, manage and track content, people and organisations.

Lifeline is Australia’s largest suicide prevention charity with a vision of an Australia free of suicide.
Lifeline has 40 Centres right across Australia.  It is a movement of over 11,000 staff and volunteers al working to provide lifesaving support for people in emotional distress.
Lifeline receives up to a million contacts for help each year to their national 13 11 14 telephone hotline and online crisis support chat services.  Their skilled and trained Crisis Supporters provide crisis support to people who are overwhelmed and may be thinking about suicide.  When people call or message Lifeline, their trained volunteers are there to listen without judgement, to provide connection, compassion and hope – ultimately saving lives.  This year, Lifeline released a new podcast, Holding on to Hope, sharing inspirational stories of survivors of suicidality who share the connection that gave them hope to continue living.  It’s available at or wherever you get your podcasts.

Endorsing Partners

Rural and Remote Mental Health’s (RRMH) programs and services are for people who live and work in rural and remote Australia. RRMH champions proactive, preventative and culturally-tailored initiatives for rural and remote communities. We demonstrate a commitment to practical outcomes by raising awareness and focusing on mental health, suicide prevention and early interventions. RRMH is a not-for-profit public company limited by guarantee with deductible gift recipient status.
The three key programs developed and delivered by RRMH are:
  1. Rural Minds – for agricultural and farming communities
    • Rural Minds for Resourceful Communities
  2. Deadly Thinking – for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities 
    • Deadly Thinking Youth 
  3. Resource Minds – for the mining, quarrying, resources and remote construction sector. 
RRMH’s programs: 
deliver comprehensive and demonstrably effective prevention programs linked directly to early interventions; 
  • raise awareness, reduce stigma and prevent suicides; 
  • have been measured, evaluated and the outcomes translated; 
  • educate, train and empower the local workforce, natural helpers and community leaders in order to embed skills and knowledge in their communities where access to clinicians is either severely limited or non-existent; 
  • inform individuals, families and communities about self-help strategies and pathways to help