Looking for a resource to help or information? Would you like to discover digital tools to support you? Or would you like to learn about training opportunities? You’ll find something to meet your needs here.

Digital tools to help you

Just a click away. Completely free. Easy to use. Check out these digital tools that will give you great tips to help you.

Men’s toolbox

From Pole of expertise and research on men’s health and well-being

How to pick yourself up after a setback? How to help a man close to you access support services? What are the best practices for working with men? Discover this toolbox which contains six tools in the form of short synthetic texts.


From the Association québécoise de prévention du suicide

Are you thinking about suicide? Are you worried about a loved one? Are you grieving? You can chat, text or call 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553) to find help. Many resources and tools are also available on this platform to answer your questions.

Getting better my way

From Laboratoire Vitalité

Are you experiencing difficulties related to anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder? Would you like to find your balance and take care of your health? Discover this online tool to help you find ways to get better.

Bounce Back

From the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

BounceBack is a free program from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) designed to help adults and youth 14+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry.

SOS Domestic Violence Web Tools

From SOS Violence conjugale

Would you like to better understand the issue of domestic violence? Discover these awareness tools. Find a self-assessment, informative articles, testimonials, promotional content and an interactive awareness campaign.

Let’s Move

From Move 50+

Are you 50 years old or older? Do you want to improve or maintain your health and well-being? Discover this interactive platform that presents a variety of training vignettes and health articles designed to meet your needs.


Expand your knowledge. Increase your power to act. Expand your toolbox with these trainings. Some are designed for intervention personnel, others are accessible to anyone who wants to make a difference.

Acting as a Gatekeeper for Suicide Prevention

Who offers this training?  CISSS de la Gaspésie and CISSS des Îles

What do you learn? You learn how to play an active role in preventing suicide by acting as a gatekeeper. That is, to learn how to identify and guide people who are at risk, who are isolated or who lack social support.

This training is offered in a variety related to the issue of suicide, from prevention to intervention.

Who is it for? Adults who may be in contact with people who have suicidal thoughts.

Identifying a person vulnerable to suicide

Who offers this training? CISSS de la Gaspésie and CISSS des Îles

What do you learn? How to identify people who are vulnerable to suicide and how to apply appropriate protective measures.

This training is offered as part of a continuum related to the issue of suicide, from prevention to intervention.

Who is it for? People who, through their job, have a professional responsibility to prevent suicide, but who do not have to carry the entire intervention.

Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine Pathfinders Network

Who offers this training? CISSS de la Gaspésie and CISSS des Îles

What do you learn? How to help individuals and the community deal with the pandemic and post-pandemic impacts. Strategies for taking care of oneself and others in order to promote.

Who is it for? Adults.

Intervening with men

Who offers this training? Convergence – Service d’aide aux hommes de la Gaspésie & Maison Oxygène de la Haute-Gaspésie

What do you learn? Good practices for welcoming and accompanying men in difficulty.

Who is it for? Community and institutional workers.

Mental Health First Aid

Who provides this training? Mental Health Commission of Canada

What do you learn? Mental health issues and appropriate care for people between the ages of 12 and 24.

Who is it for? Adults who interact with youth (teachers, social workers, parents and family, etc.).