CSP-developed resource that compiles information about different groups at risk of suicide.
This toolkit provides practical information to schools after a student has died by suicide.
Transgender people have significantly higher instances of mental illness than the general population. They are also at a greater risk for 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.
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.