#chatsafe: A young person's guide for communicating safely online about suicide

The #chatsafe guidelines have been developed in partnership with young people to provide support to those who might be responding to suicide-related content posted by others or for those who might want to share their own feelings and experiences with suicidal thoughts, feelings or behaviours. The #chatsafe guidelines may also provide practical assistance to parents, educators, and those who provide support to young people engaging in online activities.

To learn more about the development of the guidelines, please view the webinar presented by Dr Jo Robinson and Zoe Teh.

#chatsafe now available in the U.S.

Following the impact of the #chatsafe guidelines in Australia, Orygen have collaborated with the Jed Foundation and the Stanford Psychiatry Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing to adapt the guidelines for a U.S. audience. The adapted guidelines provide information and resources relevant to young people living in the U.S., including national phone and text helplines.

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