CSP-developed resource that compiles information about different groups at risk of suicide.
Lesbian, gay and bisexual people are at a higher risk for suicide than heterosexual people. This is because they face unique stressors, including stress from being part of a minority group.
This resource toolkit is a collection of facts, figures & best preventative practices regarding suicide in the workplace.
Trauma is very common among people in Canada, and the Indigenous people in Canada (First Nations, Metis and the Inuit) have nearly 4 times the risk of severe trauma than the non-Indigenous population.
Unresolved trauma in childhood is linked to an increased risk of suicide ideation and if unaddressed, can escalate with age.
This toolkit deals with trauma and suicide: trauma places us at higher risk for mental health issues, and also at a greater risk for suicide.
This toolkit helps explain the differences and the similarities between self-harm and suicidal behaviour.
This toolkit provides practical information to schools after a student has died by suicide.
First Responders — Paramedics, Firefighters, Police — are at a high risk for both trauma and suicide.
Suicide remains the second leading cause of death for young people in Canada.
This toolkit focuses on the relationship between Major Depression and suicide prevention.