News and Events

Zero Suicide is an evolving initiative. Check out upcoming events as well as the newest stories, resources, and tools. 


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March 06, 2016

Health care providers see people at risk for suicide every day. But how do you know that you are providing safe, evidence-based treatments that work?  Does your staff truly feel comfortable and confident to work with this population? ...

February 08, 2016

The Utah Zero Suicide Academy® is sponsored by the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH). Health and behavioral health care organizations in Utah that are ready to adopt and implement a Zero Suicide approach should...

September 21, 2015

On September 21 and 22, 2015, forty individuals representing multiple countries will gather at the Capital City Club in Atlanta, Georgia as part of the International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL) conference to jointly...

August 19, 2015
The opening session at Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium: Coming Together to Care 2015 will feature Texas and national leaders in the Zero Suicide movement: Mike Maples, Deputy Commissioner for Texas Department of State Health Services...
April 19, 2015

This hands-on pre-conference workshop will help launch organizations interested in adopting a Zero Suicide approach. Participants will learn to describe the Zero Suicide core elements, complete an organizational self-study, identify key...

April 17, 2015

During this panel Zero Suicide faculty will present preliminary results of work done at Institute for Family Health, Centerstone, and Group Health Cooperative that demonstrates improved outcomes and/or reduced costs.


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