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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Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This Statistical Brief examines the characteristics and disposition if homeless individuals reporting to emergency departments (EDs). It cover mental...
Program/Practice
2017
CGT is a semi-structured, manualized treatment for adults experiencing complicated grief that is administered by a licensed and trained therapist.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This sheet lists written materials, trainings, organizations, and websites that contain information on suicide prevention in adult correctional...
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.
Toolkit
2017
This toolkit is designed to assist program managers with planning prevention programs to address substance use and mental health problems in older...
Program/Practice
2016
This interactive training simulation prepares veterans or active duty service members to support one another when facing an array of challenges.
Program/Practice
2016
This cognitive behavioral psychotherapy program, known as CBT-SP, is designed to reduce risk factors and enhance coping among adults and adolescents who have attempted or thought of suicide.
Brochure/Booklet
2016
This brochure describes how clinicians can recognize suicide risk, engage at-risk elders in the assessment process, perform an assessment, and...
Program/Practice
2015
This intervention is the practice of delivering outpatient treatment under court order to adults with severe mental illness who are found by a judge...
Program/Practice
2015
Community Gatekeeper Training: LGBT Older Adults & Suicide Preventionis a 120-minute program, designed by Crisis Support Services of Alameda...
Program/Practice
Guidelines/Recommendations
2015
Check-in With You: The Older Adult Hopelessness ScreeningProgram (OAHS), developed by Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency, assesses levels...
Toolkit
2015
This toolkit provides ideas for integrating suicide prevention into the work of senior centers.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2015
This sheet provides information to help professionals in senior living communities recognize and respond to suicide risk.