Attempted Suicide Aftercare Program (ASAP)

Our Attempted Suicide Aftercare Program can provide support to understand what led to this suicide attempt and develop ways to keep yourself safe when things feel overwhelming.

It is a free, state-wide service for people who are not receiving ongoing public Mental Health Service (MHS) case management. ASAP is also for friends and family who are supporting someone who has attempted suicide.

The service can:

Provide support to understand what led to this suicide attempt and develop ways to keep yourself safe when things feel overwhelming
Provide intensive follow-up support
Respond to immediate needs and provide ongoing support for up to six months
Connect you with other services and supports

Who this service is for

ASAP is for people aged 15+ who have attempted suicide, self-harm or have suicide ideation.

Cost

Free

Opening Hours

9am - 5pm

How this service is delivered

  • Face-to-face

    ASAP is a state-wide service. Anglicare have offices in Hobart, Sorrell,
    Glenorchy, St Helens, Launceston, Devonport, Burnie and Zeehan.
    Anglicare provides outreach services to other areas and staff also
    regularly visit the Bass Straight Islands and Central Highlands.

  • We'll come to you (outreach)

    Anglicare provides outreach services to other areas and staff also
    regularly visit the Bass Straight Islands and Central Highlands.

ASAP Flyer

Download our flyer here for more information about this program.

Download Brochure

Updated: 08/01/2021

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