Resource Centre

CASP strives to offer an array of informational products, educational resources and communications materials, developed both in-house and by others, on the important topics of suicide prevention, suicide awareness, life promotion and mental health.  Here you will find the latest offerings we have available.

Vocabulary – How to Talk about Suicide

Engage in dialogue with compassion and curiosity that can promote understanding and connection

Toolkit for People Impacted by a Suicide Attempt

Tools. strategies, and resources to help cope with thoughts of suicide

Research – “I Can’t Crack the Code”

What Suicide Notes Teach Us about Experiences with Mental Illness and Mental Health Care July…

Statistics – Depression and suicidal ideation among Canadians aged 15 to 24

15 to 24 year-olds had the highest rates of mood and anxiety disorders of all age groups.

I Survived a Suicide Attempt

Hear more about life after a suicide attempt from suicide survivors featured in these videos.

Trauma-informed Care and Suicide – Fact Sheet

Trauma-informed care (TIC) is an approach that asks: “What happened to you?”

Bullying and Suicide – Fact Sheet

Types of bullying and how to help

Injury Prevention and Suicide – Fact Sheet

Learn more about who is at risk of intentional injury