We bring together diverse partners from the public and private sectors to advance suicide prevention efforts in the U.S.
We aim to advance the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention which represents a comprehensive, long-term approach to suicide prevention.
We support community-based efforts to implement effective suicide prevention strategies.
We transform health care systems to significantly reduce suicide.
We work to change the conversation about suicide and suicide prevention.
Free wallet cards highlight the most common and observable warning signs of suicide. (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
This report presents feasible, evidence-based practices that health systems can take to improve patient engagement and safety during the transition from…
Research indicates that in the month after individuals leave inpatient psychiatric care, their suicide rate is 200 times higher than that of the general populat
This two-page executive summary handout complements the newly released Best Practices in Care Transitions for Individuals with Suicide Risk: Inpatient Care to…
Students are heading back to school, and with that comes the everyday stress and social and academic pressures that for some can spiral into crisis. Data from…
Suicide in service members and veterans, regardless of combat experience, has been the subject of increased national attention. Post-traumatic stress disorder…