The following organizations provide information and resources to promote mental health and prevent suicide:
Canadian Coalition for Senior's Mental Health
Resources and Publications
The National Aboriginal Health Organization offers culturally relevant information and resources on suicide prevention for Aboriginal youth.
Kids Help Phone
Offers on-line information and counselling for children and youth 1-800-668-6868
LGBTQ Youth Line
Mental Health Central
An information exchange and public forum for individuals, organizations and professionals looking for or offering mental health services or products.
Mental Health First Aid
A two day certified program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Mind your Mind
A website for youth created by youth offering information, resources and the tools to help manage stress, crisis and mental health problems.
Mobilizing Minds: Pathways to Young Adult Mental Health
A mental health project led by young adults, community organizations, researchers and health professionals.
Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office
The Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office protects and promotes the rights and entitlements of Ontarians with mental illness through advocacy, rights advice and education.
River of Life Program
On-line training about Aboriginal youth suicide.
Suicide Prevention among Older Adults: A Guide for Family Members
Suicide Risk Assessment Guide: A Resource for Health Care Organizations
This resource guide is intended to help standardize suicide risk assessment practice across Canadian healthcare organizations.
Teen Mental Health
Information about adolescent mental health to advance the understanding of mental illness and to improve the lives of young people with mental disorders.
Together to Live
A toolkit for addressing youth suicide in your community.
The Trevor Project
Information about suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.
Yoomagazine from IWK Health Centre
Interactive health magazine for schools, youth and parents
Your Life Counts
Website for youth to share thoughts and get help for their problems
On-line information on suicide prevention and local resources for the Champlain East area.
Victims Services of Bruce Grey & Owen Sound
The following organizations provide information on suicide and suicide prevention:
Community Suicide Prevention Network of Ottawa
Ontario Association for Suicide Prevention
American Association for Suicidology
Works to understand and prevent suicide through research, training, and promotion.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
International Association for Suicide Prevention
Canadian Mental Health Association
Offers training in Applies Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), safeTALK as well as other suicide awareness and prevention training programs.
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Reasons to Go on Living Project
The Jack Project
Suicide Prevention Resource Centre
Provides prevention support, training, and resources to assist organizations and individuals to develop suicide prevention programs, interventions and policies.
Provides tools and networks to organizations to help them with suicide prevention, intervention and postvention .
Developed a tool kit designed to help service providers and organizations deliver services that are trauma informed.