This collection of Aboriginal youth suicide-related health resources includes toolkits, research reports, program information, and promising initiatives available through the Internet and from publishers in Canada. The collection is specifically for youth workers, parents, educators, health professionals, and government agencies working in the area of Aboriginal youth suicide prevention.
The resources collected here have been reviewed by NAHO and have met our quality assurance standards. The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these resources are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of NAHO.
To be included in this collection, resources must be:
Written by authoritative, reliable and credible authors.
Accessible to a range of audiences.
Available online (or be a description of the resource with easy-to-follow online ordering information included).
Current, with up-to-date information, facts and statistics.
Pertinent to the topic of Aboriginal youth suicide prevention.
Types of resources we collect include:
Consumer-level health resources (brochures, fact sheets, Web sites, videos).
Community and professional toolkits.
Case studies, stories, and biographies.
Evaluations, reports and presentations.
Academic research papers and editorial articles.
Statistical analyses and data sources.
Program and service descriptions.
Frameworks and strategies.
Newsletters and alerts.