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This collection features resources highlighted on the homepage of the SPRC website. These include products created by SPRC and our partners, upcoming trainings and conferences, news, and programs developed by suicide prevention grantees and others in the field.

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RAND Suicide Prevention Program Evaluation Toolkit

The RAND Suicide Prevention Program Evaluation Toolkit helps users design an evaluation effort that will help reveal whether or not their suicide prevention efforts are effective. The toolkit includes checklists, worksheets, and templates.

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Suicide Attempt Survivors Task Force Releases Report

The Suicide Attempt Survivors Task Force of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention has released a major report titled The Way Forward: Pathways to Hope, Recovery, and Wellness with Insights from Lived Experience. This publication includes a set of core values that suicide attempt survivors want suicide prevention professionals and organizations to consider when developing or implementing activities to support suicide survivors. It also includes recommendations on practices, programs, and policies for effective suicide prevention. The Way Forward can be downloaded at no cost from the Action Alliance website.  

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Kognito LGBTQ on Campus added to BPR

Kognito LGBTQ On Campus  for Faculty and Staff and LGBTQ On Campus for Students are online courses that help faculty, staff, and students create a safer, more inclusive campus for LGBTQ students. Both 30-minute training simulations have been added to the SPRC Best Practices Registry. The LGBTQ On Campus courses are available for purchase by institutions and agencies.

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National Survey of Drug Use and Health Mental Health Findings

The National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) revealed that in 2012, an estimated 1.3 million adults in the United States made a suicide attempt while 9 million adults had serious thoughts of suicide and 2.7 million adults made suicide plans. Results from the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Mental Health Findings is available for download at the SAMHSA website.