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Implementation Tools

In 2001, Henry Ford Behavioral Health was the first to pioneer and conceptualize “zero suicides” as...

Research and Outcomes

Evaluation of the Zero Suicide framework is ongoing at six Health Care Systems Research Network (HCSRN) member health systems implementing Zero Suicide.

Community Resources

The ZEST toolkit is intended to provide guidance and support to community behavioral health centers...

Research and Outcomes

Wellstone Regional Hospital serves multiple counties in Indiana and Kentucky and is part of the Universal Health Services (UHS) system which is the largest inpatient psychiatric...

Research and Outcomes

Riveredge Hospital is the largest free-standing psychiatric facility in the state of Illinois and is part of the Universal Health Services (UHS) system which is the largest...

Research and Outcomes

The Missouri Department of Mental Health has provided leadership for Zero Suicide implementation in the state since 2014. It subsequently engaged each of the state’s community...

Research and Outcomes

AtlantiCare Health System started Zero Suicide implementation in 2015, driven by internal data indicating only 50% of individuals discharged from the inpatient psychiatric unit...

Research and Outcomes

Avera Health, an integrated Catholic health system serving South Dakota and surrounding states began implementing Zero Suicide in 2016. After engaging senior leadership and staff...

Research and Outcomes

The Chickasaw Nation Departments of Health and Family Services began Zero Suicide implementation in September 2016, first starting in the emergency department (ED) and soon after...

Articles and Readings

Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Suicide Prevention has released its second trilogy of Zero Suicide-related...

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