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Elements and Priorities for Working Toward a Psychologically Safer Workplace

This report was prepared to support organizational readiness to embrace the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (the Standard). It includes the 5 elements of a standard management approach, to creating and sustaining an organizational plan of mental health and wellness. Offered through WSMH.


Trauma-Informed: A Trauma Toolkit

This toolkit from Klinic Community Health Centre aims to  provide knowledge to service providers working with adults who have experienced or been affected by trauma. It will also help service providers and organizations to work from a trauma-informed perspective and develop trauma-informed relationships that cultivate safety, trust and compassion.


Safe Messaging about Suicide, Mental Illness and Mental Health

The Mental Health Commission of Canada offers this 1-hour webinar to help people learn how to safely talk about suicide and mental health. Information will be provided to help participants gain the confidence necessary to learn from people with lived experience and engage in safe and meaningful conversation about suicide and mental health. (1 hour)


Zero Suicide Toolkit

This toolkit is a comprehensive program of strategies, tools and readings to assist behavioral health providers in achieving safe suicide care. Addresses the following core components: Lead, Train Identify, Engage, Treat, Transition, Improve. This is offered by the Suicide Prevention Resource Centre and the National Alliance for Suicide Prevention.


Creating a Compassionate Classroom

The Alberta Teachers’ Association offers this booklet to help educate all of us about mental health, mental illness, and how we can help our students, our colleagues and ourselves. This booklet encourages the development of more compassionate classrooms, schools and communities by changing how we look at mental health and mental illness, school culture, education, policy and partnerships on the large scale, but also the small.



HEADSTRONG is an evidence-based anti-stigma initiative created by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC). It inspires youth ages 12-18 to Be Brave, Reach Out and Speak Up about mental health. Now a national initiative, HEADSTRONG teaches students how to reduce stigma and become mental health champions in their schools. CMHA Edmonton has a partnership with MHCC and coordinates and delivers Headstrong Youth Summits across Alberta.


Alberta Addictions Service Providers

Website contains links to numerous in-person events, online courses and archived webinars on various mental health and addictions topics.

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