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    Centre for Suicide Prevention

    We educate
    for life.

    Centre for Suicide Prevention is an education centre, a centre of excellence, based in Calgary.

    Suicide is preventable

    Suicide is preventable

    People who think about suicide don’t want to die – they want the pain of living to end.

    Caring interventions save lives

    Caring interventions save lives

    More than 70% of people who receive a caring intervention do not re-attempt. People considering suicide want an active listening ear more than 
anything else.

    You can help

    You can help

    Caring conversations are powerful connectors – learn how to identify someone who is struggling and skillfully respond.

    Join us

    Join us

    For over 40 years we’ve been equipping people with the knowledge and skills to respond to a person considering suicide.

    Donate now

    Education is one of few best practices in suicide prevention. Help us educate to save lives.

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