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    The accuracy and reliability of suicide statistics: Why it matters

    This editorial piece explores suicide statistics: inaccuracy, underreporting, why accuracy is so important, and what can be done to improve it.

    May 27, 2021

    Guidelines for sharing experiences with suicide

    This guide will provide suggestions and considerations for those impacted by suicide who would like to publicly share their experiences.

    November 18, 2020

    Buddy Up campaign

    Buddy Up is a men’s suicide prevention communications campaign: a call to action to men, by men.

    November 2, 2020

    Children and Suicide

    While suicide in children is rare, if thoughts of suicide go untreated, the risk of suicide grows with age.

    July 2, 2020

    Preventing suicide in men

    Learn about men and suicide and how to have a conversation with someone you're worried about.

    May 5, 2020

    Community-led life promotion plans for Indigenous youth and communities

    This guide will lead you through a process of developing a life promotion plan based on a framework of life, people, strengths, activities and implementation.

    February 21, 2020

    Safety plans to prevent suicide

    This toolkit will explain what a safety plan is, why it works, and how to create one together with an individual who may be considering.

    September 9, 2019
    Fact Sheet

    Older adults and suicide

    People 65 years and older have a high risk of suicide, but older adults can maintain their mental health and we can having caring conversations with the older adults in our lives that we're worried about.

    May 6, 2019