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Thunder Bay Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force - Online Resources

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Description
  • Maintains an online resource (website) that provides information about mental illness, suicide, and where to get help
  • Offers information geared towards youth, parents, teachers and coaches
  • Maintains and implements a Fan-out Protocol that provides immediate support from community agencies to schools following a tragic event or suicide
Offers information on various mental illnesses, including:
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Gender identity
  • Sexual abuse and assault
Note: The online resource is maintained by a committee of community agencies who work in collaboration to prevent youth suicide in the community
Comments
Members of the Thunder Bay Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force include:Anishnawbe MushkikiCanadian Mental Health AssociationCatholic Family Development CentreCentre des Femmes Francophones du Nord-Ouest de l'OntarioChildren's Centre Thunder BayConfederation College Oshki Anishnabeg Student AssociationConseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores borealesDennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High SchoolsDilico Anishinabek Family CareKa-Na-Chi-Hih Specialized Solvent Abuse Treatment CentreLakehead Public SchoolsMatawa First Nations ManagementNishnawbe-Aski NationOntario Native Women's AssociationSt. Joseph's Care Group - Sister Margaret Smith CentreShkoday Abinojiiwak Obimiwedoon: Neighbourhood Capacity Building ProgramThunder Bay Catholic School BoardThunder Bay Counselling CentreThunder Bay District Health UnitThunder Bay Indian Friendship CentreThunder Bay Regional Health Sciences CentreThunder Bay Sexual Assault/Sexual Abuse Counselling and Crisis LineWilliam W. Creighton Youth Services
Hours of Operation
Online service available Mon-Sun 24 hours
Eligibility
No restrictions
Application Process
  • Visit the website for information
  • If an individual is in an emergency situation, call 911, visit the local emergency department, or call Crisis Response at 807-346-8282
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Not Applicable
Legal Status
(30) Provincial Government
Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
July 10, 2020