13 11 14
24/7 Crisis Support
Building a more resilient suicide-free community.
Lifeline Canberra exists to support people in crisis and save the lives of those experiencing thoughts of suicide.
For over 48 years, our highly skilled volunteers have provided 24/7 support via our local 13 11 14 crisis support service.
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Domestic & Family Violence Training
Exhibition Park in Canberra
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Booklovers from across the Nation’s Capital are eagerly awaiting the weekend when they can browse Canberra’s biggest book collection at the Lifeline Canberra EPIC Bookfair!
Read more about “Our largest Bookfair yet!”
The Canberra community will walk united on 10 September to remember those who have lost their lives to suicide, and to openly discuss suicide prevention in a supportive environment.
Read more about “World Suicide Prevention Day”
Bonnie Carter was recognised as the Rising Woman of Spirit and Joan Andersson was announced as the 2019 Woman of Spirit.
Read more about “Announcing our 2019 Women of Spirit”
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Rachael Stevens was 17 years old when she attempted to take her own life. She was found by a friend who took her to hospital. It was on the way, almost too late, that she first thought the decision she'd made might have been the wrong one.
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If you are experiencing crisis
we are available 24/7 on 13 11 14.
If it is a life-threateningemergency, call 000
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Every week we lose another Canberran to suicide. And every day, Lifeline Canberra telephone crisis supporters prevent the loss of many more.
Donate and help us save a seat today.
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