Skills for Safer Living (SfSL) is a four-week group program for youth ages 12-24 who have suicide ideation and their caregivers. This project is being funded by the Government of Alberta and FCSS Calgary.
A synchronous, live, 1.5-2 hour webinar about how to talk about suicide with someone you're worried about.
Taking this 1-2 hour online course will train you to recognize when someone has thoughts of suicide and take action to connect them to an intervention provider.
This half-day workshop is for people working with youth ages 12 to 24.
Little Cub is a half-day, discussion-based workshop examining suicide in Indigenous children and communities.
This 3.5 hour workshop alerts someone to warning signs indicating risk of suicide.
This half-day workshop will examine warning signs in a child and intervention strategies.
River of Life is an interactive half-day workshop created for individuals working with Indigenous young people 12 and up.