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David Covington, Co-lead of the Zero Suicide Advisory Group, discusses the need to move suicide prevention to a central focus in behavioral health care.

Videos and Podcasts

Becky Stoll, Vice President for Crisis and Disaster Management at Centerstone, and Virna Little, Senior Vice President—Psychosocial Services at the Institute for Family Health,...

Videos and Podcasts

Mike Hogan, Co-chair of the Zero Suicide Advisory Group, talks about applying the core concepts of the patient safety movement to prevent suicide.

Implementation Tools

The Zero Suicide Organizational Self-Study is designed to allow your organization to assess what elements...

Implementation Tools

Wondering how to get started with Zero Suicide in your organization? This quick guide outlines ten steps...

Articles and Readings

This two-page, printable PDF describes the Zero Suicide approach and provides a brief history of the...

Implementation Tools

This letter can be used and adapted to request that staff complete the Zero Suicide Workforce Survey. It...

Articles and Readings

The New York State Office of Mental Health reviewed suicides occurring within the public mental health...

Articles and Readings

Hampton , T. (2010). Depression care effort brings dramatic drop in large HMO population’s suicide rate. JAMA, 303(19), 1903–1905.

Articles and Readings

While , D., Bickley, H., Roscoe, A., Windfuhr, K., Rahman, S., Shaw, J., . . . Kapur, N. (2012). Implementation of mental health service recommendations in England and Wales and...

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