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Roots of Hope Video Series

Roots of Hope is a community-led model that supports populations across Canada to reduce the impact of suicide in their local contexts. The model builds on community expertise to implement suicide prevention and life promotion interventions, based on five pillars and 13 guiding principles.

The Roots of Hope research demonstration project, ending in 2022, gathered evidence to assess the model’s design and its effectiveness in eight communities. The Roots of Hope video series not only captures progress to date, key findings, and initial impact of the project but also key cross-cutting themes and impactful initiatives found across these communities.

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