Evidence-backed Resources on Postvention
There is plenty of evidence and research done by experts on various aspects of postvention including the impacts and patterns of suicide bereavement at the individual, family and organizational levels. This section lists journal articles, evidence-backed reports as well as a regularly updated listing of ongoing research around postvention support.
We have gathered an array of journal articles and research material focusing on suicide bereavement which may help individuals and service providers deal with the many complex issues that come with managing suicide bereavement at the personal and professional level. These resources range from state level prevention strategies backed by facts and figures and program evaluations, to examining current approaches in postvention as well as national quality standards for the provision of suicide bereavement support services.
Postvention research resources can be a great starting point for service providers to design and deliver effective responses for suicide bereaved individuals and families.
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Bereavement After Suicide
Practical advice, support & understanding
If someone you know or love has taken their own life or you’re wanting to give support to someone who is recently bereaved, the Postvention Australia NSW Care Pack provides simple, practical support to help you navigate this overwhelming time.