If someone you love is talking about suicide, and you are worried for their safety, call 911 or go to your local hospital. For organizations that can help, please see below.




Association Québecoise de Prevention du Suicide1-866-277-3553Info, education, support, help, various programs, regional resources, referrals [F]QC
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention613-702-4446Info, support, education [E/F]Canada
Centre for Suicide Prevention1-833-456-4566Info, toolkit, library, workshops; prevention for children and youth; postvention for indigenous [E]Canada (AB)
Family Survivors of Suicide (FSOS)
Information, resources, support group for family members [mostly E/F]Montreal
First Nations and Inuit Suicide Prevention Association of Quebec (FNISPAQ)514-933-6066Resources, prevention, education, workshops, yearly conference [E/F/Other]QC & NL
Save1-800-273-8255Info, resources, education, crisis line [E]USA
Suicide Action Montreal (SAM) 1-866-277-3553Listening line, education, bereavement support [E/F]Montreal
Suicide.orgWebsiteList of international suicide hotlines [E]International
Suicide Prevention HelpWebsiteWeb directory for suicide prevention resources [E]Online
Tel-Aide514-935-1101Free, anonymous, & non-judgmental listening centre for people in distress [E/F]Montreal
Tel-Jeunes1-800-263-2266 (phone)
514-600-1002 (text)
24/7 support and helpline; phone counseling for kids and teens under 20 [E/F]Montreal