As suicide prevention is everyone’s responsibility, CASP is grateful for all our partnerships, both past and present, that continue to dedicate themselves to promoting awareness about the crisis of suicide and the importance of mental health in this country.
We benefit from many, many individuals who offer their knowledge and services, where and when we need it for events, conferences and webinars. This page showcases some of the efforts of others, because here at CASP, we truly believe together we make a difference, and as a community we rely on our collective strength and passion towards a shared cause: suicide prevention.
A summary of tools and supports to help cope with suicide loss
A high-level overview of what to consider when using suicide risk assessment tools
This guide is designed to help parents, guardians, and caregivers of children under 12
These guidelines encourage public sharing of experiences that will be safe for everyone to hear
Suicide worldwide in 2019 - Global Health Estimates
Tools. strategies, and resources to help cope with thoughts of suicide
Trauma-informed care (TIC) is an approach that asks: “What happened to you?”
Types of bullying and how to help
Learn more about who is at risk of intentional injury
A Guide for Family and Friends