Youth Suicide

My friend is talking about suicide - I WANT to help.

You’re already taking the first step – seeking out information and support for your friend. Chances are your friend is feeling very sad and lonely. Maybe they’ve been bullied or harassed by their peers, or something traumatic has happened in their life. In many cases, suicidal people do not actually want to die – they are calling out for help, and are feeling like there is no hope. What's important is that they get help immediately.

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The Role of the Bystander

Research shows that bystanders can effectively stop bullying within 10 seconds of an intervention — so, what are you waiting for?

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Cyberbullying and You

Kids growing up today are fighting a different form of bullying — cyberbullying.

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If you are having thoughts of suicide or of hurting yourself or others, please reach out immediately for help. Call 9-1-1 (or your local police or authority, if you do not have 9-1-1) or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.

If you are being bullied, feeling alone or just need to talk to someone who will listen, please reach out to a trained volunteer or professional:



Resources for Parents

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Resources for Youth

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Thank you for stopping by to check out the ERASE Bullying online reporting tool. This tool is accessible through computers and smart phones, and will allow students, parents or other witnesses to report bullying or other threatening behaviour, anytime and anywhere.

The online reporting tool has just been developed and is in the final stages of testing.

If you need help, please reach out to someone you trust, like a parent, friend or teacher. Or, you can reach out to someone who doesn’t know you for support. There is a list of youth-oriented support lines and websites on this site just for you.

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