Resource Toolkits

CSP-developed resource toolkits specifically highlighting certain populations. The toolkits contain statistics, warning signs, risk factors, protective factors, links, programs, and more. This resource is suitable for the general population.

*REVISED AND EXPANDED* 
Men & Suicide: A High-Risk Population? (PDF)
Men aged 40-60 have the highest number of suicides.

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 Military Suicide Prevention Toolkit
Like so many issues in suicide and suicide prevention, military suicide is multi-dimensional and complex - it cannot be easily explained. 

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Substance Use Disorder and Suicide Prevention
The abuse of alcohol or drugs is second to depression as the most frequent risk factor for suicidal behaviour. 

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Suicide Prevention Primer Toolkit
Suicide is preventable. Most people who die by suicide do not necessarily want to die.

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Aboriginal Resource Toolkit
Aboriginal people in Canada have some of the highest suicide rates in the world.

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Not a Child... Children and Suicide Resource Toolkit (PDF)
Although child suicides are infrequent, many children attempt suicide.

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Gay & Suicidal - Sexual and Gender Minorities and Suicide (PDF)
Lesbian, gay and bisexual youth are at a higher risk of attempting suicide. 

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Beneath the Smile - A Women's Suicide Prevention Toolkit (PDF)
Depression is a major risk factor for suicide, and it disproportionately affects women.

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Teen Suicide Resource Toolkit (PDF)
Suicide remains the second leading cause of death for young people in Canada.

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 Plus 65 - A Resource Toolkit Specific to Seniors (PDF)
People 65 year and older, particularly men, have the highest suicide rate of any other group.

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