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A Strategic Approach to Suicide Prevention in High Schools

Date: 
September 23, 2013
Time: 
3:00-4:00 PM EST

This webinar will provide an overview of the research on school-based suicide prevention programs and identify resources that can be helpful in developing and implementing your own program.

[Infographic] Firearm-Related Fatalities in US Children & Youth: Homicide, Suicide, and Unintentional

Publication date: 
2013
Author(s): 
Children's Safety Network
Project Name: 
Children's Safety Network: National Injury and Violence Prevention Resource Center
Funder: 
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Children's Safety Network (CSN) has released the first infographic in a series of three about firearms and firearm-related injuries.

Sharing What Works: Best Practices Registry features promising suicide prevention programs

The Sources of Strength program began in North Dakota in 1998 to prevent suicide among the state’s adolescents.

The Sources of Strength program began in North Dakota in 1998 as a grassroots effort to prevent suicide among the st

Overcoming the Tragic: A Positive Approach to Mental Health Drawing from Faith Narratives

Date: 
September 12, 2013
Time: 
4:00-5:30 PM ET

The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Faith Communities Task Force presents this webinar for faith leaders, pastoral counselors and mental health clinicians to share pastoral/rabbinic

Comprehensive Blueprint for Workplace Suicide Prevention

Publication date: 
2012
Author(s): 
National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention

This blueprint is currently in beta testing.

For more information or to obtain: 

The Comprehensive Blueprint for Workplace Suicide Prevention is available on the Action Alliance website.

Suicide Care in Systems Framework

Publication date: 
2012
Author(s): 
Clinical Care and Intervention Task Force, National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention

This report represents the findings and recommendations of the Clinical Care and Intervention Task Force to the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

For more information or to obtain: 

The Suicide Care in Systems Framework is available on the Action Alliance website.

A Manager’s Guide to Suicide Postvention in the Workplace: 10 Action Steps for Dealing with the Aftermath of Suicide

Publication date: 
2013
Author(s): 
Carson J Spencer Foundation, Crisis Care Network, National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention and American Association of Suicidology

Data indicate that working age individuals, especially males, are a population most at risk for suicide.

For more information or to obtain: 

The A Manager’s Guide to Suicide Postvention in the Workplace: 10 Action Steps for Dealing with the Aftermath of Suicide is available on the Action Alliance website.

National Strategy for Suicide Prevention

Publication date: 
2012
Author(s): 
U.S. Surgeon General and the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention

The 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (the National Strategy) is the result of a joint effort by the Office of the U.S.

For more information or to obtain: 

The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention is available on the Surgeon General's website.

A Strategic Approach for Prioritizing Research and Action to Prevent Suicide

Beverly Pringle, Ph.D.; Lisa J. Colpe, Ph.D., M.P.H.; Robert K. Heinssen, Ph.D.; Michael Schoenbaum, Ph.D.; Joel T. Sherrill, Ph.D.; Cynthia A. Claassen, Ph.D.; Jane L. Pearson, Ph.D. (2013). A Strategic Approach for Prioritizing Research and Action to Prevent Suicide. Psychiatric Services. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201100512

It is time to strategically apply science and accountability to the public health problem of preventable suicide. U.S. suicide rates have remained stable for decades.

For more information or to obtain: 

Order this article from Psychiatric Services.

Counseling on Access to Lethal means (CALM)

This online course is designed for providers who counsel people at risk for suicide, primarily mental health and medical providers, but also clergy and social service providers.

For more information: 

For more information or to access the course, please visit: http://training.sprc.org/

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