What is it?

ALIVE aims to decrease the incidence of suicide and self-harm behaviour in the community by providing a safe, non-judgemental support service if you are at risk. The program provides up to three months of mind care support as needed, with the aim to further link you onto ongoing counselling services and programs.

Who runs the program?

ALIVE is delivered by registered mind care clinicians with training in suicide prevention.

How often does it run?

The program is ongoing, with regular sessions for up to three months. Individuals accepted into ALIVE will be offered an appointment within 72 hours of contact.

Where is it available?

ALIVE is delivered across the north and east metropolitan areas including Guildford, Midland, North Perth and Warwick, and south metropolitan areas including Armadale, Cockburn, Fremantle, Mandurah/Peel and Rockingham.

Call us on 1300 706 922 for ALIVE and mind care services in your area.

Accessing the program

The service is for those who are at moderate to high-risk of suicide or self-harm behaviour but not requiring referral to an emergency service and not engaged in long term case management. Referrals are accepted from self, family, GP, hospital or other health professional, and is for people over the age of 17.

You will be contacted by a triage officer who will provide an initial assessment and offer you an appointment usually within 72 hours or direct you to services that may be more appropriate for your situation. Referral forms can be found under the "Practices" tab on this website.


There is no cost to access ALIVE.