If you are in distress, you can call or text 988 at any time. If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.


On a light green background, we read in white text, “Toolkit for people who have been impacted by a suicide attempt.” Beneath it, we see a white toolbox. We see 8 circles that contain images which represent the tools in the toolbox. To the left of the toolkit, we find a light green envelope in a white circle, a white phone and a white speech bubble instead a dark green circle, and a white WIFI symbol inside of a medium green circle. Inside the toolbox, there is a dark green circle with two white speech bubbles and a medium green circle that shows to stick figures with one putting its arm around the other. To the right of the toolbox is a dark green circle with two white hands that are holding up a white speech bubble (the MHCC uses this icon for their #ShareHope suicide prevention wall), a medium green circle with a white heart, and a white circle with a light green smartphone.

Toolkit for people who have been impacted by a suicide attempt

What it is The Mental Health Commission of Canada, in collaboration with the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, the Centre for Suicide Prevention, the Public ...
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Portrait of father and son bonding in a living room.

Caregiver Mobilization Toolkit

More than 550,000 people in Canada are caregivers to people living with mental health problems or illnesses. The Caregiver Mobilization Toolkit is designed to help promote the National ...
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On a green, white, and orange background, we see three photos of older adults: a white man with glasses sitting backwards on a chair, a smiling white woman, and an older Asian man wearing glasses. On the right-hand side on a white background, we read, “Promoting Seniors’ Well-Being:” in orange text followed by “The Seniors’ Mental Health Policy Lens Toolkit” in green text, and finally, “An evidence based practical instrument for developing policy, legislation, programs and services that promote and support the well-being and mental health of all older adults.” in black text. At the bottom left, in white text on a green background, we find the author credit: “P.MacCourt, PhD for the B.C. Psychogeriatric Association”.

Seniors Mental Health Policy Lens Toolkit

Purpose The Seniors’ Mental Health Policy Lens has been designed to promote and support the mental health and well-being of all seniors. It is a ...
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