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 here.

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Program/Practice
2006
DBT is a psychological treatment with a behavioral, problem-solving focus that has demonstrated decreased suicide attempts and other positive outcomes.
Program/Practice
2006
This population-oriented effort involving 11 educational, clinical, and policy components was associated with a decrease in Air Force suicide deaths.
Program/Practice
2005
This intervention provides four sessions of home-based psychotherapy for adults who have deliberately poisoned themselves.
Program/Practice
2005
This policy intervention in the UK reduced package size as a way to limit access to large quantities of analgesics and thereby reduce self-poisonings.
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