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.
A fact sheet from reportingonsuicide.org that provides recommendations for media coverage of suicide that can help change negative public perceptions - and promote hope and help-seeking.
National Response to COVID-19
A 2021 national survey looking at the current state of mental health treatment and crisis response services ahead of the July 2022 transition to 988 as the…
While provisional suicide death rates were down in 2020, new data underscores mental and emotional impact of pandemic on young people.
While suicide rates likely decreased slightly in 2020, it is still a critical public health issue that needs to be made a national priority.
Suicide in service members and veterans, regardless of combat experience, has been the subject of increased national attention. Post-traumatic stress disorder…
Recent data indicates around 80 percent of suicides in the United States are completed by men, and men between the ages of 50-59 have had a near 50 percent…