Impact of COVID-19 on the sector: Survey to inform the National Suicide Prevention Adviser

About this study

Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching impacts on millions of Australians, and Suicide Prevention Australia want to support their members and the communities they support through this time.

That is why they are launching a fortnightly survey to help inform Suicide Prevention Australia as well as the National Suicide Prevention Adviser, Christine Morgan, about the impacts the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the way programs and services are delivered to people that need them.

The information gathered will be used to inform their national response as well as provide an opportunity to identify ways to build capacity during this challenging period.

This may include:

· Webinars on hot topics

· Practical tools and guidance materials

· Advice about using technology to scale your services

If you’re part of an organisation, agency or if you’re an individual providing services in the suicide prevention or mental health sector, this survey is for you. You can access the survey via this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TQX7PBT

It should take no more than about ten minutes to complete. This survey will remain open until Tuesday 14th April.

If you have any questions or if you’d like further information about the survey please contact the Policy & Government Relations Team at policy@suicidepreventionaust.org.

InstitutionSuicide Prevention Australia
ParticipantsPeople who are part of an organisation, agency or an individual providing services in the suicide prevention or mental health sector.
What is InvolvedAccess the survey via this link. It should take no more than about ten minutes to complete. This survey will remain open until Tuesday 14th April.
Locationhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TQX7PBT
Contact Details

Policy & Government Relations Team at policy@suicidepreventionaust.org.

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