More Australians than ever are dying by suicide. Lifeline’s role in providing crisis support has never been more critical – and neither has your support.
We know talking to people like Sarah when they feel desperately alone saves lives.
Sarah never thought she’d need to call Lifeline—and she’s still not sure what made her do it. When life felt out of control and spiralling downward by the moment, she made a split-second decision to call 13 11 14, and it may have saved her life.
“The person on the other end of the phone stayed with me until I felt better. It didn’t fix me, but it gave me some hope that I could feel better than I did in that moment. It’s why I’m still here.”
Lifeline receives a call for help every thirty-five seconds, but we simply don’t have the resources to answer every call before people hang up. No one should have to face their darkest moment alone.
Please make an urgent, life-saving donation today.