Happy Holidays! The Centre for Suicide Prevention would like to wish you and your loved ones all the best this holiday season! From: Bobbie-Jo, Brenda, Brenda Ann, Charleen, Crystal, Diane, Mara, Robert, Suzanne & Tracy
New Resource: Men and Suicide: A High-Risk Population? Toolkit CSP has released our first Resource Toolkit! This resource is meant to be a brief overview of certain population groups. The first resource toolkit is focusing on men at risk, as men between the ages of 40 and 60 have the highest number of suicides. This[…]
CSP accepting donations for Magic of Christmas This year CSP will be collection donations on behalf of a great organization called “The Magic of Christmas." This organization (along with Santa and his elves of course) deliver gifts and bring the spirit and cheer of Christmas to homes that lack the emotional and/or financial resources to[…]
CSP grateful recipient at Okotoks AA Midget Fundraiser
CSP would like to thank everyone who came to the Okotoks AA Midget Fundraiser this past Friday, November 25, and special thanks to everyone who donated towards our cause! We were honoured to participate in this fundraiser. Thank you for including us.
Centre for Suicide Prevention Announces Mara Grunau, MPA, as Director of Education The Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mara Grunau, BEd, MPA as Director of Education. Ms. Grunau will lead CSP’s suicide prevention information and educational services for communities across Canada.
For the past 30[…]
Photo: CSP attends Survivors of Suicide Day 2011 CSP was very honoured to attend and support Survivors of Suicide Day! SOS Day took place at the Calgary Zoo November 19, 2011. There was a memorial walk to start the day off, and the rest of the day consisted of suicide[…]
New Resource: Cyberbullying Special Feature
In recognition of Bullying Awareness Week (Nov. 13-19), the Centre for Suicide Prevention is releasing a special feature of information specific to Cyberbullying
In this well-researched feature we’ve defined cyberbullying, compiled statistics, examined the vehicles used for cyberbullying, listed suggestions for solutions and provided online resources.
CSP attends Survivor of Suicide Day
CSP will have a display and resource booth at the Annual Survivors of Suicide (SOS) Day this Saturday, November 19. Come visit us at the Calgary Zoo’s Safari Lodge from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., where CSP staff will be happy to answer any questions[…]
CSP Presenting at Aboriginal Health Forum, Feb. 2012 CSP’s Curriculum Developer Suzanne McLeod will be presenting a case study session at the 7th annual Aboriginal Health Forum. The forum will be taking place February 27 – 28, 2012 at the Telus Convention Centre in Calgary, Alberta. The case study will be focusing on our River[…]
NEW Resource now available: New Books and Recommended Reading CSP is very excited to announce a brand new resource available on our website! Found under our Library> Resources section, New Books and Recommended Reading is compiled by our librarian. He lists new books and a brief description/review, along with a recommendation for the appropriate[…]