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Western Australian children contacted children's hotline more than 31,000 last year

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CTI Forum (Ctiforum.com) May 3 news (Compiled / Lao Qin): According to the latest data, children in Western Australia are contacting the Children's Hotline at a faster pace than last year.
A summary of the children's hotline was compiled by your charity, yourtown, and released on Thursday.
It reported on the number of telephone, text messaging and e-mail advisory services received throughout the country in 2017 and tried to identify major demographic data and concerns expressed by Australian children when they called.
The report published data for each state and found that in 2017, 31,314 people in Western Australia tried to contact the Children's Hotline.
Phones, text messages and e-mails from children in Western Australia accounted for about 9% of the country’s interaction with the service, an increase of 8% over the previous year.
Although the increase is worrying, yourtown chief executive Tracey Adams said that this allows children to get help quickly.
She said: "In Australia, suicide is the leading cause of death of children and young people, and more deaths than motor vehicle accidents."
"This statistic is difficult to accept."
“Austria needs a specific youth suicide prevention strategy. This means that each state has agreed to monitor and coordinate activities to prevent and treat suicide among children and adolescents, not just adults.”
The report's statistics show that Western Australian children who call the hotline are more likely to be children under the age of 13, who come from the Caucasian region.
Girls are more likely to contact the helpline than boys, and the most common reason for contacting the hotline is concerns about mental health.
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