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These Toolkits provide information and support for children and youth struggling with suicidal thoughts, and for those who support them.

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Each of the three kits are designed for a specific audience and contain information relevant to that audience; REACH OUT is for youth, SUPPORT is for parents and/or caring adults, and COMPASSION is for professionals like teachers, medical personnel and counsellors.



SUPPORT – Parents


COMPASSION – Professionals


For more information about these Toolkits please follow the link below


Kits contain information on support and resources available within the community as well as crisis lines and apps that may help someone in crisis, self-management support, information about risk factors and how to stay safe and other relevant information.

These kits are not a substitute for getting help. Thinking or talking about suicide is serious and anyone with concerns about themselves or another should seek the support of a qualified medical or mental health professional. That could look like calling 911, presenting at the emergency room, calling a crisis line like 1-800-SUICIDE (available 24/7) or seeking support from your local child and youth mental health team.

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Lower Lake communities, Mount Currie Lil'wat Nation, N'Quatqua, Pemberton

Best First Steps

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of suicide, call 911 immediately or transport them to the closest Emergency Department. Don't leave the person alone, and/or try to keep in contact with them.

Last Updated on December 13, 2017