Thirrili Newsletter November 2020 – Volume 1 Issue 22

Recently, the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) published the summative evaluation of the first three years (2017-2020) of development and implementation of the National Indigenous Crisis Response Service (NICRS).
Renamed the National Indigenous Postvention Service (NIPS) earlier this year—to better reflect the intent and operating model of the service — the program was found to be providing valuable postvention support to individuals and families who have recently experienced a suicide or other traumatic incident in their close family network.

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