Are you working in the field of suicide prevention?
Join the Canadian Suicide Prevention Coordinators Network (CSPCN).
The CSPCN is a national network of representatives who work in the area of suicide prevention at a national, provincial, territorial, regional or local level. The Network was established in 2012 with the aim of connecting representatives for knowledge exchange purposes and to build upon existing successes in suicide prevention across Canada.
CSPCN’s volunteer Co-chairs host teleconference meetings on relevant topics and new developments in suicide prevention, intervention and postvention (aftercare) efforts.
While the Network is not a working group, the teleconferencing and online tools offer CSPCN members an opportunity to share information about current events and to initiate new opportunities for sharing, learning and collaboration among the membership. The Network is ‘us’ and the opportunities are ‘ours’ to create and benefit from!
If you, or someone you know, is interested in becoming a member of the CSPCN, if you have any questions about the Network or would like to help support our knowledge exchange efforts, please email to one of the CSPCN’s Co-Chairs, Pat Doyle or Elisa Brewer Singh.
We are stronger, together.
Membership to the CSPCN is free and open to all those who engage in suicide prevention efforts across Canada.
Please note; CSPCN is a CASP partner but is not organized or managed by CASP staff. Please contact CSPCN directly using the link below for any questions.