Become an Organisational Member of Thirrili

Thirrili welcomes applications for membership from Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and Organisations (ACCOs) or Aboriginal Community Controlled Health services/Aboriginal Medical Service (ACCHS).

Thirrili is a not-for-profit organisation focused on contributing to the broader social, cultural and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through the delivery of a culturally safe and responsive service supporting individuals and families affected by a suicide, or other traumatic incident causing death. 

Thirrili also builds on the capacity of local communities and service providers to care for, and respond to, the impacts of suicides and other fatal incidents in their community, by strengthening individual, family and community resilience and social wellbeing whilst contributing to and addressing the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities. 

We do not want to duplicate the amazing work already being undertaken by our ACCOs and ACCHS, rather we want to partner with our Aboriginal Community Controlled organisations, to support each other in the critical work we do. We want our communities to have a voice in the delivery of our services. 


If your organisation would like to become a Member of Thirrili, please contact us via email for additional information and a membership form.

"the voice of the community is a key component of ensuring we are working with the community and walking the path towards healing together”