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Join Canada’s First National Community of Practice for Community-Led Approaches to Suicide Prevention and Life Promotion

The National Community of Practice (NCoP) brings Roots of Hope communities together to engage in peer to peer support and connect representatives, researchers, regional stakeholders, and people with lived experience to help advance implementation and action plans and inform future of Roots of Hope initiatives.

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) sees these connections as a way for each community to sustain their local momentum while participating in a national movement and conversation on suicide prevention and life promotion.

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