The LifeLine Canada Foundation (TLC)
Dedicated to Positive Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
The LifeLine Canada Foundation (TLC) is a registered non-profit committed to positive mental health and suicide prevention in Canada and Worldwide. The Foundation works on initiatives such as: The LifeLine Mobile App (The Free National Suicide Prevention and Awareness App) and Companion Paws Canada. The LifeLine Canada website is both a platform for information about the Foundation’s initiatives as well as a one stop portal, through which an extensive amount of information, education, resources, guides and tools are right at one’s fingertips.
TLC is not a crisis hotline. If your life is in danger or you know someone’s life is in danger, DIAL 911 EMERGENCY NOW. For Worldwide Emergency numbers click here. For Canada, United States and International Crisis Centres click here.
The guides, toolkits and resources throughout this site represent a compilation of suicide prevention resources from various sources across the Globe as noted. When clicking 3rd party links, you will be redirected to websites not affiliated but has our underlying support at The LifeLine Canada Foundation.
The LifeLine App is the National free Suicide Prevention and Awareness App that offers access and guidance to support for those suffering in crisis and those who have suffered the devastating loss of a loved one from suicide. The LifeLine App also provides awareness education and prevention strategies to guide people in crisis all across the Globe. More…
The LifeLine App has several main goals:
– One touch dialing from anywhere in Canada
– Fast and easy access to crisis centres all across Canada
– Connect someone in crisis with the support and guidance they need 24/7
– Aid in suicide prevention
– Build suicide awareness
– Help guide loved ones left behind after a suicide
Includes direct access to;
– Online Chat, Text and Email Crisis Help
– Canadian Crisis Line Centres Mapping
– Self Management tools
– Pattern Interrupts (to interrupt the pattern of suicide ideation)
– Mental Health Apps from across the Globe
– Attempt Survivor support Access
– Canadian and Global Online Resources
– International Crisis Lines
Use a pattern interrupt to redirect your attention anytime you want to change your state. From emotional support and inspiring videos to self-management, acts of kindness, coping mechanisms, comedy, ways to transform negative thoughts, ecounselling, improve your mood, life changing books, image gallery and More…
The LifeLine Canada Foundation (TLC) is compiling all the content for the French App and French Website and is working with support from Council of Ministries Education Canada to bring posters into classrooms from middle school to Universities across the country. More…
We are looking for dedicated and committed volunteers for short, long term and task specific help. There are many opportunities available. Please fill out the Volunteer Application and we look very forward to talking to you. More…
The LifeLine Canada Foundation’s mission is to open minds, save lives and restore hope. Whether it be through the information provided on this website, through the LifeLine App, or through any of our initiatives like Companion Paws Canada, we are constantly looking for ways to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the consequences of suicidal behavior. More…
Suicide is a serious public health problem that have lasting, harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. It’s an issue that is still surrounded by fear, shame, and silence. By breaking through the barrier of stigma and openly addressing the factors that contribute to suicide, we can all take a more active and effective role in helping to prevent it and support those who are bereaved.
Our secret weapon is ourselves, our families and our friends. Using The LifeLine App as a first go-to tool, with instant guidance and support to help prevent suicides, build awareness, support survivors of suicide and work to eliminate the stigma surrounding suicide.
The effects on family and friends left picking up the shattered pieces after a suicide are so devastating and destructive. It can get so much worse before it gets better. It is a very long windy road of healing. The grief changes shape, but it never really ends.
Guidance, Love and Support are KEY.
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