THE ALIVE PROJECT'S VISION AND MISSION

 

 ALIVE’S VISION IS TO END YOUTH SUICIDE

 

ALIVE’S MISSION 

is to provide online and in-house suicide prevention programs that build 

Resilience, Connection and Wellbeing that young people love.  

Helping them not simply to survive, but to THRIVE and be fully ALIVE

 

WHAT WE DO

 

ALIVE delivers Wellbeing, Resilience, Mental Health and Professional Development programs to schools and sporting clubs on a fee for service basis and seeks funding and sponsorship for these services as required.

ALIVE delivers Wellbeing, Resilience and Mental Health programs to sporting clubs and schools in collaborative partnerships with community organisations funded by the organisations or grants.

ALIVE delivers culturally appropriate Wellbeing, Resilience, Mental Health and Professional Development programs to Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander schools and clubs funded by grants and on a fee for service basis.

ALIVE delivers in home, family Wellbeing, Resilience and Mental Health programs for free or with a reduced fee for service model. 

ALIVE aims to work collaboratively with the community through schools, sporting clubs and other organisations.  They provide education and resources to aid suicide prevention and directly support those young people identified as at risk of suicide, helping them build resilience and create a life worth living.

ALIVE'S STRATEGIC AIMS

ALIVE aims to work collaboratively with the community through schools and sporting clubs, providing education and resources to aid suicide prevention and directly support those young people identified as at risk of suicide, helping them build resilience and create a life worth living.

ALIVE provides innovative online and in-house training resources that address the mental health crisis.  These solutions cover crisis response, suicide prevention and wellbeing ensuring all the young persons’ needs are covered in one place. These are programs that every  young person will benefit from participating in, not just those identified at risk. 

ALIVE programs can be presented in person and online as well as using sports-based training and a peer support model that young people love.  Keeping them engaged is easy.

ALIVE programs are low cost, provide full accessibility 24/7 and will also upskill teams to be able to respond creatively to the needs of at-risk team members.  These programs include Train the Trainer and Professional Development programs for long-term sustainable solutions, even in teams with low staff retention rates.

ALIVE’s customers include Schools, Sporting Clubs and organisations with a youth culture. Also families and young people (10-30 years old), University, TAFE, Apprenticeship and training schemes.