For 40 years we’ve been talking about preventing suicide. We’ve driven conversations that break down stigma, promote togetherness, empower people in crisis, comfort the bereaved, equip caregivers and call people to action. Our library began collecting suicide information in 1981, and our collection now boasts close to 50,000 items. We started training people to skillfully […]
Centre for Suicide Prevention has had an accomplished year but like everyone else’s, it has been eclipsed by the pandemic and we have been reminded anew of the magnitude of our work. Read our 2019-2020 Annual Report In March 2020, when COVID-19 descended upon us, many people wondered: What will the psychological impacts of this […]
Every day we scan news headlines and social media for items of interest to the field of suicide prevention. Here’s what we found last week: Featured: 2018-2019 Annual Report: Inform, transform – Centre for Suicide PreventionWe inform to transform: once people know suicide is preventable, and understand the role they play in its prevention, they reach out […]
We’ve been driving the suicide prevention agenda in Alberta and for the last two decades. We’re seeing more momentum in suicide prevention now than ever before. Not only are the social service and health sectors doing this important work, governments and government agencies have renewed their commitment and have begun directing resources to this area. […]
We’re pleased to announce the release of our 2016 Annual Report. Our theme this year is Connection. Together we support people at risk of suicide. Connection is the essence of our work. For the past several years, Centre for Suicide Prevention has been rekindling old and forging new relationships across vulnerable populations, organizations and governments. […]
We are pleased to share with you the Centre for Suicide Prevention’s 2015-16 Annual Report. This year’s concept, 5 Ways We Transform Lives, focuses on recovery. We continue to create and unfold our potential as we accept the challenges that life offers. How we face these challenges will shape our future selves. May we all take […]
We’ve just released our 2014-15 Annual Report! Our design concept “Passport for Living,” represents our belief in the importance of individuals building their own personal resiliency and mental wellness. Everyday things can contribute to positive mental health! CSP’s Passport for Living illustrates healthy traveling through life.
Our 2013-14 Annual Report is now available for download here: http://bit.ly/KwfJ4a We believe that suicide is everybody’s business, and suicide prevention is everybody’s responsibility. Check out our annual report to see what we’ve done in the past year to increase awareness and reduce the stigma around the 2nd leading cause of death in Canada.