In Canada, June is the national awareness month for many things, including Pride Month and Men’s Mental Health Month! To show support and encourage help-seeking behaviour, WRSPC has compiled a list of local, provincial, and national resources and supports for both men and the 2SLGBTQ+ community. You can check out the Men’s Mental Health and Suicide Prevention resources below, and view our Resources and Supports for the 2SLGBTQ+ community here.
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Preventing Suicide in Men. (2020). Centre for Suicide Prevention.
This toolkit provides information on risk factors, warning signs, and how we can keep men safe from suicide.
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention in Men- Evidence Brief. (2022). Mental Health Commission of Canada.
This evidence brief summarizes the research and literature on risk factors and suicide deaths in men, and highlights the best and promising practices in suicide prevention for keeping men safe.
The Buddy Up campaign is a men’s suicide prevention communications campaign. Simply it is a call to action to men, by men. You can participate in the Buddy Up activities year round, to help start conversations with the men in your life.
HeadsUp Guys is an online resource for men to learn about depression and suicide. HeadsUp Guys offers tips and articles, recovery stories, and an international therapist directory to connect men with local mental health professionals.
Man Therapy is an innovative campaign and 24/7 digital platform that gets working-aged men to think differently about their mental health and take action before they ever reach a point of crisis.
The Canadian Men’s Health Foundation is a national, registered charity providing information, tools, and motivation for men and their families to live healthier.
Movember is an international campaign bringing awareness to men’s health issues, including mental health. This resource includes information on how to check in and support the men in your life.