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Reaching vulnerable people earlier the focus of national suicide prevention report – The Guardian

Minister says easier access to services can reduce suicide risk, but criticism highlights lack of timeline or funding

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Australia’s mental health crisisMinister says easier access to services can reduce suicide risk, but criticism highlights lack of timeline or funding
Many people who kill themselves or who experience suicidal thoughts are not reaching out for help, including from the mental health system, the federal assistant minister for suicide prevention, David Coleman, has said.
There are many reasons for this, Coleman told the online national suicide prevention symposium on Monday.
It could be stigma or shame…

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