Aboriginal Youth: A Manual of Promising Suicide Prevention Strategies
This manual was written to complement and guide the ongoing efforts of groups and individuals interested in developing and implementing suicide prevention programs for Canada's Aboriginal youth. A number of prevention strategies that follow the best evidence about what works and what should be done are provided.
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BACKGROUND ABOUT THE PROBLEM
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING
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