Suicide Prevention

Collaborative Safety Planning to Reduce Risk in Suicidal Patients: A Key Component of the Zero Suicide Model

Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention, July 26, 2017 The Zero Suicide model builds on the foundational belief that death by suicide for individuals receiving care within the health and behavioral health system is preventable. Collaborative safety... read more

Leap of Faith

Murrieta Valley High School A video made by students about suicide prevention. read more

PROMOTING EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND PREVENTING SUICIDE: A Toolkit for Senior Centers

SAMHSA, 2015 This toolkit is a resource for senior center staff and volunteers. As a focus point for the community, senior centers connect older adults with a range of critical services and programs, including meals and nutrition programs, transportation services,... read more

Prevention Collaboration in Action: Stories of Success and Tools to Help You Get There

SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT), FEbruary 10, 2016 On February 10, SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) delivered a virtual guided tour to SAMHSA substance use prevention and mental... read more

Impact of the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Program on Suicide Mortality

American Journal of Public Health, March 19, 2015 Objectives: We examined whether a reduction in youth suicide mortality occurred between 2007 and 2010 that could reasonably be attributed to Garrett Lee Smith (GLS) program efforts. Methods: We compared youth mortality... read more

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