headspace in schools

The suicide of a young person has a long and lasting impact on their friends and peers, their families, schools and communities. 

headspace in Schools is a suicide postvention program, which assists Australian school communities to prepare for, respond to and recover from the death of a student by suicide. It is part of a suite of headspace programs developed to promote mental health and support young people aged 12-25 dealing with difficult issues in their lives.

Resources for educators 

Responding to a suicide

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Supporting students

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Supporting staff

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Supporting parents 

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Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

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Supporting culturally and linguistically diverse students

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Research and evaluation

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