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To help close the gaps that put individuals at increased risk for suicide after a psychiatric hospitalization, the Action Alliance (Care Transitions Advisory Group) has developed Best...

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...

The Prevention in Primary Care: A Toolkit for Primary Care Clinicians and Leaders provides information summarized for providers speaking to clients about suicide risk, including some...

This guide lists key elements for sustainability for health and behavioral health care programs implementing Zero Suicide in Indian Country.

The Utah Zero Suicide Learning Collaborative has put together a Safe Care Transition for Suicide Prevention toolkit aimed at addressing the lack of support too many individuals experience when...

In 2001, Henry Ford Behavioral Health was the first to pioneer and conceptualize “zero suicides” as a goal, and develop a care pathway to assess and modify suicide risk for patients with...

The Joint Commission has released a new compendium of Suicide Prevention resources, Zero Suicide among them, to support the implementation of National Patient Safety Goals 15.01.01, revised...

NowMattersNow.org has created a template for Caring Contacts that includes a printable card redirecting recipients to the resources on their website...

This free, online training from the New York State Office of Mental Health and Columbia University describes what structured follow-up and monitoring is and how it can help suicidal individuals....

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