Best practices in intervening with a suicidal person

Building on an analysis of the characteristics of suicide among the First Nations, current research and knowledge, and on the review of adopted practices of people in the field, this training targets the strategies that are best adapted for promoting the appropriation and implementation of best practices in suicide prevention.


Inspired by the training on best practices in intervening with a suicidal person, it offers various effective teaching strategies to promote the development of skills (role playing, case studies, group exchanges, etc.).

Target audience :

  • Health directors
  • Directors of social services
  • Nurses
  • Health personnel
  • First-line interveners
  • Youth protection interveners
  • Interveners who work with at-risk youth
  • NNADAP interveners
  • MCH interveners
  • Mental health interveners
  • Leisure services
  • Public security services
  • Elementary school administrations
  • Secondary school administrations
  • Youth centre interveners