- ToolsThe Treatments and Brief Interventions for Suicide-Specific Care lists and describes evidence-based suicide specific treatments and evidence-based suicide-specific brief interventions.
The following six-to-eight-minute webinar clips, adapted from SPRC’s Tribal Community of Learning Series, feature expert advice on addressing the root causes of mental health issues and suicide in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities by drawing on community strengths.
- ToolsTrauma-Informed Telehealth Considerations for Youth with Suicidal and Self-Harm Ideation and Behaviors
The purpose of this document is to provide trauma-informed telehealth guidance regarding safety assessment and planning for youth with suicidal or self-harm ideation and behaviors.
For children with parents working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, every day brings new fears, worries and anxieties. This resource from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center offers practical guidance, modeled on the NOVA Crisis Response, for supporting these young people.
As our nation collectively grapples with the reality of COVID-19, having a family member who is a health care worker presents special challenges for those who love them.
Dr. Virna Little, PsyD discusses the immediate and growing effects of COVID-19 as it sweeps across the country affecting individuals, families, communities, and systems at every level.
Roadmap to Resilience, by Dr.
Mental health professionals continue to provide therapy for patients using telehealth despite this new era of quarantine and COVID-19.
- 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.
Zero Suicide provides a practical framework to help support a system-wide focus on safer suicide care, even in these challenging times.