>Training for stakeholders and the public: The CPSQ offers training activities for both stakeholders and interested parties from the general public. It is also possible to obtain, on request, training adapted to the needs of an environment. Training is also offered to companies. The CPSQ also offers training follow-ups, as well as support, coaching and clinical supervision services.
>Training workshops: An information workshop aims to publicize the services of the Quebec Suicide Prevention Center, answer questions from participants and encourage them to use the services offered in prevention, intervention and postvention.
>Program “And me? How am I?”: The program And me? How is it going? aims to make each individual aware of the indicators of his own psychological health.
>Friends of Zippy Program: Friends of Zippy is an innovative and universal school mental health promotion program.
>”Allume.org” program: The Allume.org campaign is the first Et moi, how are you? and is based on several concepts of social marketing, in particular that of segmentation.
>”Similar and different” program: Similar and different is a campaign to promote difference initiated by the Quebec Suicide Prevention Center. This campaign aims to raise awareness among young people aged 12 to 17 as well as relatives, parents, teachers and workers about difference in order to counter the problems of discrimination and stigmatization of “different” young people.
>Telephone intervention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
>The in-person crisis encounter
>SILAR / integrated liaison, support and recovery service
>Intervention following a suicide in the community
>Support for bereaved
>Support group for adults bereaved by suicide
>Support group for children aged 6 to 12 bereaved by suicide
>Support group for adolescents aged 13 to 18 bereaved by suicide
>Depends on the type of intervention.