Grantees

Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention grantees are funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support suicide prevention work in campus, state, and tribal communities.

National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (NSSP) grantees are funded by the SAMHSA to support states in implementing the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention on preventing suicide and suicide attempts among working-age adults 25-64 years old.

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State
The purpose of the Alabama Youth Suicide Prevention Program (YSPP) is to develop and implement statewide youth suicide prevention and early...
Status:  Active
Location:  Alabama
HBCU
The Alabama State University (ASU) Suicide Project will target the 5500+ students on the ASU campus in Montgomery, Alabama. ASU is a HBCU with a...
Status:  Active
Location:  Alabama
Tribal
The AIHFS of Southeast Michigan’s R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Project, serves primarily AI/AN youth and young adults ages 10-24 in Detroit and Southeastern Michigan, with a goal to partner with tribal communities throughout the state.
Status:  Active
Location:  Michigan
State
The Arkansas Department of Health's (ADH) Injury and Violence Prevention Section proposes to launch this population-focused Arkansas Youth Suicide...
Status:  Active
Location:  Arkansas
Campus
The purpose of the Bluefield State College CARES (Creating Awareness Regarding Suicide) Program is to address suicidal ideation on campus and in the...
Status:  Active
Location:  West Virginia
Campus
The overall purpose of the ConnectCWRU project is to build a connected, outcomes-driven infrastructure that improves communication between providers...
Status:  Active
Location:  Ohio
Campus
Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) is committed to reducing student deaths from suicide and improving outcomes for those college students...
Status:  Active
Location:  Connecticut
Tribal
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, a Promise Zone as designated by President Obama, proposes to implement Tomorrow's Hope. Tomorrow's Hope follows the...
Status:  Active
Location:  Oklahoma
Campus
College of Central Florida (CF) Suicide Prevention Initiative project is to bring about systematic and cultural change that will result in better...
Status:  Active
Location:  Florida
Campus
The Colorado Mesa University Behavioral Health Bridges Initiative will develop a more robust suicide prevention and substance abuse awareness program...
Status:  Active
Location:  Colorado
Tribal
Target Population: American Indian youth, ages 10-24, who reside on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. Strategies/Interventions: Provide...
Status:  Active
Location:  Montana
State
Connecticut's Networks of Care for Suicide Prevention (NCSP) application proposes to establish a Statewide Network of Care (SNC) for suicide...
Status:  Active
Location:  Connecticut
Campus
The proposed program is based on the premise that suicide risk is three-tiered including early identification and assessment of at-risk students,...
Status:  Active
Location:  New York
Campus
According to the institution's Counseling Services data, students enrolled at Eastfield College in the Dallas County Community College District are...
Status:  Active
Location:  Texas
State
Project SAFETY (Suicide Assessment Follow-up Education Texting for Youth and Youth Adults) targets youth and young adults ages 10-24 across the state...
Status:  Active
Location:  Delaware