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
2018
Through improved data collection efforts, Centerstone TN was able to reduce suicide deaths among patients within its health care system.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This story details how the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) improved its systemwide surveillance of suicide deaths and self-harm.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This story details how Denton and Tarrant Counties in Texas created strong and timely data snapshots for their Zero Suicide-specific and broader county suicide prevention efforts.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2017
This story details how the Montana Suicide Mortality Review Team accesses and analyzes data on suicide deaths in the state, and uses that data to make recommendations about prevention efforts.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2016
Following a suicide cluster, tribal leaders began collecting data that would help them better understand and prevent suicidal behavior on the reservation.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2016
Through tribally-mandated data collection, the WMAT was able to identify those under 25 as most at risk and plan targeted interventions.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2015
Data from death certificates and public clinics and hospitals helped Ohio understand the patterns of service by people who died by suicide.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2015
An analysis of data from the state behavioral health and vital statistics systems revealed gaps in that state’s ability to collect suicide data.
Fact Sheet/Issue Brief
2015
This information sheet summarizes lessons learned by the Kentucky Garrett Lee Smith grantee on how to use data to improve systems of care to prevent suicide.