Thank you to the 109 participants joined this event from 42 different organizations across Niagara.
During this webinar presenters provided a brief review of suicide risk factors and warning signs, and introduced a new expert-validated tool developed by the Niagara Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative. The tool will enable primary care professionals to identify suicide risk factors and leverage appropriate Niagara resources to support youth in distress.
This webinar was moderated by: Niagara Connects Sr. Knowledge Broker, Sarah Webster
This tool was developed by the MYCS Niagara Youth Suicide Prevention Initative with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services.
This Group Learning program was certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.
About the presenters:
- Kyrsten Boucher: Team Lead, Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Access Line
- Julie K. Campbell: Suicide Prevention Consultant