CSPP is committed to helping the construction community build awareness, promote hope, and sustain suicide and substance abuse prevention programs. Below you will find tools to help you launch, share, and maintain a suicide and substance abuse prevention program. We have also included links to Portland Metro and National resources and service providers. We will be generating new materials, so please bookmark this page!

Build Awareness

Download Toolbox Talks
Download Rethink the Drink Toolkit and Materials
Suicide Prevention Flyer
Opioid Flyer

Promote Hope

One Page Overview
BGTS Flyer
CSPP Podcast Flyer
Hard Hat Stickers

Sustain The Effort

Download Our Take Action Guide
Check-Out Training Opportunities
Download Policy Examples

Mental Health Resources

Guide To Services in the Portland Metro Area (Available in Print Version)
Guide to Services Available Nationwide
(Available in Print Version)
Explore Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention Resources

Construction Suicide Prevention Websites

Construction Working Minds: Complex public health problems like suicide are best addressed with comprehensive and sustained approaches that address issues from several angles and through multiple systems. The Working Minds program is an evidence-informed model that uses strategic partnerships and capacity-building in the workplace to leverage and sustain significant change for positive mental health and resiliency.

SafeBuild Alliance: SafeBuild Alliance is a nonprofit organization promoting the transformation of workplace cultures to achieve an incident-free construction industry

The Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention (CIASP) CIASP is dedicated to changing the statistics by educating and equipping organizations, industry service providers, and construction professionals to STAND Up for suicide prevention and address it as a health and safety priority

Forefront Suicide Prevention is a Center of Excellence at the University of Washington Forefront is focused on reducing suicide by empowering individuals and communities to take sustainable action, championing systemic change, and restoring hope. Their LEARN® program has been utilized by the construction industry. In 2020, they delivered a Webinar customized for the construction industry.

Additional Resources

Online MFT Programs have created a comprehensive and fact-checked suicide prevention resource list. Online MFT resources are designed to provide visitors with up-to-date information and resources.