Since 2013, ConNetica and its partners have delivered this innovative program in communities and organisations across Australia to over 6,000 individuals. Evaluation has been in-built to every course delivered from the very earliest trails to programs delivered this month.
It pleases us immensely that the evaluation reported “outstanding results” in terms of improved knowledge, improved skills and most importantly improved willingness to have conversations with others who may be experiencing high levels of stress, who are not coping and may be becoming vulnerable to suicidal thinking or behavior. Read More
ConNetica’s suicide prevention programs have been selected for inclusion in the Central Queensland, Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast PHNs Suicide Prevention Training Panel. Our bid includes our partnership with Stepping Black and Leading with Strength. Programs are succinct, engaging, evidence based and demonstrate statistically significant evaluation results. Read More
ConNetica Directors John Mendoza and Marion Wands are in Boston this week for the Hospital Flow Professional Development Program run by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Read More
Today is the last day to register for the World Suicide Prevention Day Community Forum Read More
Are mental health, alcohol and other drug (AOD), and homelessness services equitably distributed? Does service location align with population demographic and socioeconomic need? What are mental health health, AOD, and homelessness services actually providing to the community, and is there an appropriate mix of service diversity for the community? These questions (and many, many more) ConNetica has tackled by systematically classifying, coding and mapping mental health, AOD and homelessness services across South Eastern Melbourne. Read More