Shout out for collaboration with community and stakeholders

At Thirrili, we believe in the power of collaboration to create positive changes in our communities. Addressing Suicide in our communities requires collective effort and diverse perspectives - so let us know what your community group or organisation has been up to and we will help you get it out there.

Together, let's amplify our voices and strengthen our impact. If you're interested in featuring something in our newsletter, or please reach out to us at communications@thirrili.com.au

News


June 2024
SANE and Thirrili are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership to enhance support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, families, and communities affected by suicide or trauma. This collaboration...
June 2024
Thirrili is thrilled to announce the appointment of our new CEO, Ms. Kerry Colbung (PSM). A proud Kokatha woman from South Australia, Kerry brings a wealth of experience across community,...
May 2024
Despite numerous appeals and growing evidence of the effectiveness of suicide postvention and prevention services, the government has not taken sufficient action to ensure that these organisations and their programs...
December 2022
Connecting with community from Ballardong region In Western Australia's South West, Regional Coordinator Lesley and Advocate Justin travelled to the Ballardong region. Thirrili travelled to Bilya Koort Boodja centre in...
December 2022
Thirrili meets the Noongar women from Moorditj Yorgas Walking Together program Lesley Radloff, Thirrili's Regional Coordinator for WA and SA, had the privilege of joining Noongar women at Uniting WA...
November 2022
Greene Street NAIDOC event and Bundaleer saltwater festival On the 26th of September 2022, NSW Advocate’s Marnie Lenehan and Phillip Ingram travelled to Warrawong for the Greene Street NAIDOC event....