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Center for Suicide Prevention

Page history last edited by Corinne Hansen 5 years, 8 months ago

 

Centre for Suicide Prevention

 

The Centre for Suicide Prevention offers training (community workshops and online courses) and has the largest English language library dedicated to the collection and dissemination of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention resources


Information Library

Our library is full of great resources for students, counsellors, caregivers, and anyone interested in the area of suicide and suicide prevention.

 

We have the largest English language collection of suicide-related materials, with more than 45,000 items and counting!

 

We offer print and audiovisual materials relating to suicide, so please feel free to contact us if you are in need of these constantly updated resources.

 

You can reach us online or by phone at (403) 245-3900.

 

Resources - includes tip sheets, special feature articles, handouts, brochures, handbooks, etc..

Resource Toolkits page (more kits than listed here)

 

Depression and Suicide Prevention Resource Toolkit

Teen Suicide Prevention Resource Toolkit

Not a Child ... Children and Suicide Prevention Resource Toolkit

Aboriginal Resource Toolkit

 


Training Opportunities

 

The Centre for Suicide Prevention has been delivering a variety of researched and practical skill development workshops across Canada since 1982. Our workshops and online courses will leave you more capable and confident in responding to any individual who is at risk of suicide.

 

Workshops offered across the province

Online Learning Archive - includes

River of Life - examines the protective and risk factors of Aboriginal youth ages 12 to 24.

"5 things we wish all teachers knew about suicide" webinar series


 

Alberta Health Services

Government of Alberta


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