Toolkit for Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention
Information for Students
Resources for Youth and Adolescents
Following are several brochures designed especially for youth and adolescents by Alberta Health Services:
Resources in Other Languages
Antidepressant Skills Workbook
The Antidepressant Skills at Work: Dealing with Mood Problems in the Workplace manual is intended for:
- Working people with low mood, who may be at risk for developing depression
- Working people who have developed mild or major depression
- Individuals who have been off work for a period of time
- Partners, family members, friends or workplace colleagues who want to help
- Employers, supervisors or managers concerned about their staff
- Treatment providers who would like a tool to use as an adjunct to their clinical treatment
The manual can be used online or downloaded for free. It focuses on ways to deal with workplace problems so they are less likely to cause depressed mood or lead to depression, and reduce the effects of depression and depressed mood on work satisfaction and performance.
CMHA Edmonton Region Programs
The following programs are offered through the Edmonton branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
- Applied Suicide Intervention Training (ASIST)
- ASIST Tune Up
- Suicide Awareness for Everyone (safeTALK)
Visit the Canadian Mental Health Association - Edmonton website for additional information.