The Sarnia Lambton Suicide Prevention Committee has been in existence for over 20 years.
This group is comprised of professionals, including those with lived experience who have been touched by suicide.
As an integral part of this community, we work to start the conversation about and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.
To foster a collaborative effort among individuals and organizations in order to promote community awareness and information about suicide.
To facilitate the availability of resources and support about suicide to persons who are feeling suicidal or are a survivor of suicide.
To promote public education, professional development and community advocacy regarding suicide prevention.
To identify the gaps in service in order to increase community capacity and response.
How to get involved with our Committee
We are always updating our News and Events and Training Opportunities page so check back regularly!
If you are:
- A professional in the caring field
- A concerned citizen
- Someone with lived experience or who has been touched by suicide
…and you are interested in learning more about suicide prevention in your community, please contact [email protected] to learn about how YOU can get involved. Everyone has a role to play in mental health and suicide prevention, have you found yours?