Resources and Programs

Use the Resource and Program Type filter on the left to find:

  • Resources (e.g., articles, tools, fact sheets, reports) developed by SPRC and other suicide prevention organizations and experts
  • Programs and Practices (e.g., education, screening, treatment, environmental change), including former BPR listings
    • Programs with evidence of effectiveness are indicated by the icon . To learn more about programs with this designation, see Evidence-Based Prevention.
    • Check the box on the left to display only programs with evidence of effectiveness.
    • For information about other program registries and lists, visit our Finding Programs and Practices page.

Please be aware that SAMHSA’s National Registry for Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) has been discontinued, and that SAMHSA will be reconfiguring its approach to identifying and disseminating evidence-based policies and programs. For more information, please read Assistant Secretary Elinore F. McCance-Katz’s statement about NREPP and evidence-based practices.

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Resource List/Bibliography
2017
This sheet lists websites and online pages that have suicide prevention resources for parents, guardians, and other family members.
Resource List/Bibliography
2017
This sheet lists websites with suicide prevention resources for teens at risk for suicide or who have friends who may be at risk.
Resource List/Bibliography
2017
This sheet lists a selection of organizations, websites, and materials that can help people who have lost someone to suicide. Many of these resources...
Resource List/Bibliography
2017
This resource lists common questions about the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why from parents, schools, the media, and community leaders, with resources...
Webinar/Presentation
2017
This webinar explores experiences and characteristics of men in the middle years and ways in which peers and clinicians can assist them.
Guidelines/Recommendations
2017
These recommendations were generated in 2017 by an expert panel in order to ensure the safety of inpatients at risk for suicide. They concern...
Program/Practice
2017
GBG is a classroom behavior management game that helps elementary school teachers reduce aggression and other behavioral problems and create a positive and effective learning environment.
Program/Practice
2017
PEARLS is an intervention for adults or older adults with depression or dysthymia that teaches problem-solving and promotes engagement in pleasurable social and physical activities.
Program/Practice
2017
PST is a brief psychosocial treatment that teaches skills for efficient problem-solving, coping, and managing distress, including depression and suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
Program/Practice
2017
CAMS is a flexible therapeutic framework and clinical care philosophy in which patient and provider collaborate to assess the patient’s suicidal risk and plan suicide-specific treatment.
Video/Audio Recording
2017
This series of six training videos, each 5-8 minutes, for providers and clinicians discusses the Self-Directed Violence Classification System which...
Guidelines/Recommendations
2017
This webpage offers guidance for those conducting suicide research, especially research funded by NIMH. Issues such as managing risk, monitoring and...
Report
2017
This report discusses why health care provider training programs should include lethal means safety counseling training, either as a standalone...
Report
2017
This paper reviews the literature concerning suicide clusters among American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations. It provides data...
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This brief provides information on ED visits related to suicidal ideation among adults aged 18 years or older in 2006, 2010, and 2013. It presents...