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Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grantees are funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for three year grants to support suicide prevention work in Campus, State, and Tribal communities. The map below shows all current GLS Grantees - click on a grantee below to find out more about specific program activities and contact information.

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Puerto Rico



Fed. States of Micronesia

Marshall Islands

Northern Mariana Islands

American Samoa

About the GLS Program

About the GLS Program

The Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act was ratified and signed into law in 2004, and grantees have been funded by SAMHSA since 2005. Grantees are funded for three years to implement best practice suicide prevention programs among youth ages 10-24, and all grantees report into a nationwide cross-site evaluation for the GLS program.  To learn more on cross-site evaluation findings for past grants, please visit: