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Please carefully consider your needs when reading the following information about Indigenous mental health and suicide prevention. If you are looking for help or crisis support, please contact:
13YARN (13 92 76), Lifeline (13 11 14) or Beyond Blue (1300 22 4536).
The AIHW acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities that are affected by suicide each year. If you or your community has been affected by suicide and need support, please contact the Indigenous Suicide Postvention Services on 1800 805 801.
The AIHW supports the use of the Mindframe guidelines on responsible, accurate and safe suicide and self-harm reporting. Please consider these guidelines when reporting on these topics.
Youth on Track is an early intervention scheme for 10–17 year-olds that identifies and responds to young people at risk of long-term involvement in the criminal justice system. It aims to work collaboratively with other service providers to ensure consistent service provision without duplication of service to reduce criminal behaviours.
The Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research has commenced a randomised control trial (RCT) which is considered the gold standard of evaluations, and the most robust evaluation method to assess the impact of Youth on Track in reoffending for outcome.
Regions in scope
New South Wales
Department of Communities and Justice, Youth Justice NSW