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NSW's first youth drug detox clinic opens ⋅ ABC News

New South Wales' first drug detox and withdrawal centre dedicated to helping youth in crisis opens its doors this month.

Call to screen mentally ill on planes ⋅ The Daily Telegraph

Federal Transport Minister Darren Chester said the issue of mentally ill people on planes requires further discussion.

New Flying Doctor report into rural mental health ⋅ ABC News

Mental health disorders are not more common in rural and regional Australia than in cities, but they are harder to treat.

Fund to cover 'unknown' demand ⋅ The Australian

Federal officials say they do not know how many people with severe mental illness will be supported by latest NDIS funding.

Visualising anxiety: what does it look like? ⋅ The Sydney Morning Herald

A PhD researcher from the UK has published an article on visualising mental illness with an accompanying illustration.

The worrying messages in ‘13 Reasons Why’ ⋅ The Conversation

There are six worrying messages this TV show sends about suicide.

Veteran suicide memorial on drawing board ⋅ News.com.au

The Australian War Memorial is considering hosting a sculpture to honour veterans who have taken their own lives.

Australian men over 85 have highest rate of suicide ⋅ ABC News

Australian men aged over 85 have the highest suicide rate in Australia, and more than double that of teenagers.

One Door Mental Health unveiled in Tamworth ⋅ The Northern Daily Leader

One Door Mental Health is the new name for the former Carer Assist service in Tamworth.

First Port Stephens suicide speaker bureau ⋅ Port Stephens Examiner

The Port Stephens Suicide Speaker Bureau is a free, one day, skills-based workshop developed by Lifeline.

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