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 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.

Zero Suicide grantees are funded by the SAMHSA to support states, Indian tribes and tribal organizations, and health and behavioral health care organizations implementing comprehensive, multi-setting suicide prevention using the Zero Suicide model.

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State
The Show Me Zero Youth Suicide Initiative aims to reduce youth suicide through an integrated systems-level approach, which includes establishing a...
Status:  Active
Location:  Missouri
Zero Suicide
Abstract: Under the Zero Suicide Grant, the state of Missouri will integrate the Zero Suicide model into multiple health systems. This will be...
Status:  Active
Location:  Missouri
Campus
Connect to Wellness at Monmouth University: A Competent Community Initiative (CONNECTWELLMU) is a comprehensive program to address the mental health...
Status:  Active
Location:  New Jersey
Zero Suicide
Abstract: The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) is working with American Indian tribes and urban Indian health providers...
Status:  Active
Location:  Montana
HSI
Project Suicide Awareness Violence Education and Response (Project SAVER) aims to build and support sustainable infrastructure for suicide and...
Status:  Active
Location:  New Jersey
Tribal
Population Served: American Indian Youth Methods: SBIRT, QPR, ASIST, MHFA, Life Skills Number Served: 3,000 total (600 annually) The Muscogee (Creek...
Status:  Active
Location:  Oklahoma
HSI
National University Wellness Program National University (NU) is proposing to implement the NU Wellness Program, including the creation of NU’s first...
Status:  Active
Location:  California
Campus
National-Louis University, a broad-access institution in Chicago, proposes NLU-SPI, a suicide prevention approach in which a network of internal and...
Status:  Active
Location:  Illinois
Zero Suicide
The Native American Health Center’s Zero Suicide project will use a culturally competent, holistic care coordination model to reduce suicidal...
Status:  Active
Location:  California
Tribal
Native Youth Wellness Initiative IIS (NYWI II) purpose is to develop and implement a statewide suicide prevention and intervention strategy inclusive...
Status:  Active
Location:  California
Tribal
The Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest (NARA) will continue its 10 year Native youth suicide prevention leadership by...
Status:  Active
Location:  Oregon
Zero Suicide
Abstract: NARA (Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest), an integrated primary and behavioral healthcare organization, located...
Status:  Active
Location:  Oregon
Tribal
Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA), located in Flagstaff, Arizona will provide youth suicide prevention programming throughout...
Status:  Active
Location:  Arizona
State
The purpose of the Nebraska Youth Suicide Prevention Project is to prevent suicides and reduce the number of suicide attempts for youth ages 10-24...
Status:  Active
Location:  Nebraska
Zero Suicide
The New Yorkers Advancing Suicide Safer Care (NYASSC) project will reduce suicide attempts and deaths by implementing Zero Suicide (ZS) in health...
Status:  Active
Location:  New York