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Prévention du suicide - Guide de bonnes pratiques à l'intention des intervenants des centres de santé et de services sociaux (Suicide prevention - Guide to good practices for workers in health and social services centers)

Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux; Centre de santé et de services sociaux – Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Sherbrooke Gouvernment du Quebec Country Resources Mental Health Service Standards Quebec 24 September 2010 Guidelines community services, service standards, social services

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Le Guide de bonnes pratiques à l’intention des intervenants des centres de santé et de services sociaux a pour objectif de soutenir les compétences professionnelles liées à l’intervention auprès de la personne suicidaire (l’accueil et le repérage de la personne suicidaire, l’estimation de la dangerosité du passage à l’acte, l’intervention auprès de la personne suicidaire ainsi que l’orientation, la référence ou l’accompagnement vers les partenaires du CSSS et dans le réseau local de services). Le Guide présente une grille d’estimation de la dangerosité d’un passage à l’acte suicidaire élaborée par Suicide Action Montréal et le Centre Dollard-Cormier Institut universitaire sur les dépendances.

The guide to good practices for workers in health and social services centers aims to support professional skills related to intervention with suicidal persons (reception and identification of the suicidal person, 'estimate of the dangerousness of the act, intervention with the suicidal person as well as orientation, referral or support to CSSS partners and in the local service network). The Guide presents an estimation grid for the dangerousness of a passage to the suicide act developed by Suicide Action Montreal and the Center Dollard-Cormier University Institute on Addictions.

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