SA: a grate state of mind. Partnering with South Australians to Implement the SA Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022.

About the SA Mental Health Commission (SAMHC)

Have you ever worried about someone online?
Worried they might be suidical?
Worried about how you can help them?
It can be overwhelming.
Here are some online #chatsafe tools and tips to help you Tools and tips online to help you – created by young people.
Orygen.org.au/chatsafe
And you can contact Lifeline:
Lifeline 13 11 14 24/7
Lifeline text service available every night on 0477 13 11 14
Crisis Chat www.lifeline.org.au/crisischat - 7pm-midnight (Sydney time) 7 days - bit.ly/33FrOij
Lifeline Adelaide
#youarenotalone #reachout

Chatsafe
We’ll be sharing weekly tips and information that you can use to communicate safely online about suicide. Follow Chatsafe to see more videos featuring our buddy Mooncookie or go to orygen.org.au/chatsafe to check out the guidelines. #chatsafe #suicideprevention #youarenotalone #mentalhealthawareness
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The SA Mental Health Commission is not a mental health service provider and does not have a formal role in individual complaints or concerns about services. These matters will be referred to the appropriate agency such as the Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner SA www.hcscc.sa.gov.au or the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.