Skills for Safer Living

Skills for Safer Living (SfSL) is a four-week support group program for youth ages 12-24 who have suicide ideation and their caregivers. This program is being offered at no cost and is funded by the Government of Alberta and FCSS Calgary. The group meets once a week for a 90-minute session for four weeks. In […]

How to talk about suicide

How to talk about suicide: A conversation guide is a virtual, 1.5-2 hour synchronous small group training. This webinar explores common myths and facts around suicide, who is impacted and why, as well as steps to begin a conversation about suicide.

ASIST small-group workshops

We are excited to announce that we are now able to host small-group ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training workshops. You have already paid for your workshop; there is no fee to register for the workshops listed below. These workshops adhere to public health guidelines released by the Alberta government. The room is set up […]


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.

Walk With Me

Indigenous Suicide Bereavement




Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Looking Forward

Preventing Suicide in Youth

Little Cub

Preventing Suicide in Indigenous Children


Suicide Alertness for Everyone

Small Talk

Preventing Suicide in Children

River of Life

River of Life is an interactive half-day workshop created for adults working with Indigenous young people 12 and up.