Wesley LifeForce is committed to reducing the incidence of suicide in our country.

Working together we can make a real and lasting difference to this challenging issue facing communities across Australia.

About Wesley LifeForce

Established in 1995 as a response to the growing number of suicides in Australia, Wesley LifeForce provides suicide prevention services that educate and empower local communities, supporting people most at risk. We take a comprehensive approach to tackling suicide by working in the areas of prevention, intervention and postvention. For more information about our services visit our website.

All participants who attend Wesley LifeForce suicide prevention training workshops are provided with information cards that list national crisis support services such as Lifeline and local health, counselling, bereavement and other support services. Thousands of these have been distributed over the years.

Wesley LifeForce has developed this application which is an online version of our information cards.  Services are listed by state and region and are easily accessed by entering a postcode or town/city.  If your particular location is not included in the database you will be directed to national and state services in a matter of seconds.

Our goal is to provide fast and reliable access to suicide prevention and crisis support services, making them accessible to anyone, anytime.

Information about services has been collated by Wesley LifeForce staff and service details are verified regularly. Unfortunately services are not always available or accessible and Wesley LifeForce cannot be accountable for this circumstance. Please let us know via email at lifeforceadmin@wesleymission.org.au if you experience difficulty contacting a listed service or wish to list an additional service.

LIFE Framework

The Living Is For Everyone (LIFE) Framework is Australia’s national framework for suicide prevention.

‘Suicide prevention is a shared responsibility across the community including families and friends, professional groups, government and non-government agencies.’

This is the second principle underpinning the LIFE Framework