With over 202 LifeLine Centres across 21 global members and growing.
Our members deliver a range of crisis support, suicide prevention and community-based services and whilst the social attitudes towards mental health and suicide prevention varies, a common theme is stigmatisation and barriers to accessing services.
Together our LifeLine International Network saves lives through the delivery of crisis support services.
1 in 100
deaths worldwide occur by suicide
leading cause of death in 15-19 year olds
of global suicides occur in low and middle-income countries
Suicide is a serious public health problem that can have long-lasting effects on communities. The good news is that, with the right support, suicide is preventable. Everyone can help prevent suicide by raising awareness, learning the warning signs, encouraging helpseeking and committing to social change.
Promoting, organising and conducting conventions, conferences, meetings and educational programmes aimed at promoting the objectives of LifeLine International and our Members.
Capturing, sharing and disseminating knowledge and learnings drawn from LifeLine International members, partners and our wider network.
Facilitating member access to knowledge through resources, issues focused training, links to subject matter experts and through communities of practice.
We represent members with organisations such as the World Health Organisation (WHO), World Alliance of Crisis Helplines (WACH), the International Association of Suicide Prevention (IASP) and other organisations, to be an authoritative and influential voice on suicide prevention across the world.
LifeLine International seeks opportunities to diversify and grow our income to ensure that we have the capacity to deliver our strategic plan and empower our Members to deliver sustainable services.