- WebinarsTelehealth webinar gives tips on adaptations for remote suicide risk screening, suicide risk assessment, collaborative safety planning, ongoing check-ins, documentation, and provider self-care.
- VideosJoint Commission features four videos specific to Safety Planning that feature Dr. Greg Brown providing a simulated demonstration of the intervention.
In seven videos, Australian suicide prevention and systems change experts share their insights on adopting the Zero Suicide framework.
The Seattle Children's Hospital created a Zero Suicide Initiative Pathway for use with children and youth presenting for care to allow for standardized processes for suicide risk screening and assessment for triage to resources across the organization. Included are versions for use in the
Mental health professionals continue to provide therapy for patients using telehealth despite this new era of quarantine and COVID-19.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is offering a number of resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic on their website. The site includes a variety of resources from emergency grant information to considerations for care and trea
The National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience has resources to support the health and well-being of clinicians during the COVID-19 outbreak. Even before the COVID-19 out
- ToolsBriefing Note on Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial Aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak (Version 1.1)
Behavioral health providers can use the information in this document from the Inter-Agency Standing Committee to understand mental health and psychosocial support considerations related to COVID-19.
- ToolsBest Practices in Care Transitions for Individuals with Suicide Risk: Inpatient Care to Outpatient Care
To help close these gaps that put individuals at increased risk for suicide after a psychiatric hospitalization, the Action Alliance (Care Transitions Advisory Group) developed
The Joint Commission released a revision of National Patient Safety Goal 15.01.01 in May 2019 with seven new and revised elements of performance applicable to all Joint Commission-accredited hospitals and behavioral health care organizations effective July 1, 2019.