• Videos

    The 2023 Zero Suicide Institute Global Forum, held in partnership with Behavioral Health Tech (BHT2023), was an integrated online/virtual and in-person event that brought together top healthcare leaders, behavioral health experts, di

  • Tools

    This tool from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) provides a series of questions to guide the cultural adaptation of gatekeeper training programs and to improve the community ownership, cultural fit, and effectiveness of the training.

  • Tools

    The Thinking Through Appropriate Staffing Trainings activity can help you understand and determine appropriate kinds of trainings for different staff roles (e.g., clinical staff, non-clinical staff).

  • Tools

    This report was commissioned by ASPE to better understand how organizations choose to implement and sustain a Zero Suicide initiative.

  • Readings

    This article provides tips on how healthcare leaders can promote and practice self-care in their systems, supporting the workforce at a time when burnout is all too common.

  • Tools

    American Hospital Association provides a deep resource library of strategies and tools for health and behavioral healthcare systems to implement to better support the healthcare workforce.

  • Tools

    Burnout is a complex issue resulting from chronic workplace stress that encompasses exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) created this guide to highlight organization-level interventions to prevent an

  • Podcasts

    Zero Suicide Institute director Dr. Julie Goldstein Grumet appeared on the Pediatric Meltdown podcast with Lia Gaggino. In episode 107 "Suicide Prevention That Works: The Zero Suicide Framework," Dr. Gaggino interviews Dr.

  • Tools

    Follow the link below to access the online portal for the Zero Suicide Organizational Self-Study. Your Zero Suicide implementation team should complete the self-study, with input from staff involved in policymaking and care for patients at risk for suicide.

  • Tools

    This educational handout from the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention - and funded by Universal Health Services - provides information on how to involve appropriate natural supports (i.e., family and friends) in suicide care.