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.
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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
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.
Program/Practice
2016
This universal depression education and suicide prevention program for middle or high school students teaches them how to address suicidal thoughts and behaviors in themselves or others.
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.
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
2014
FISP is a cognitive behavioral family intervention for youth ages 10-18 who present to an emergency department (ED) with suicidal ideation or after a suicide attempt.
Program/Practice
2012
This treatment for adolescents ages 12-18 is designed to treat major depressive disorder, address suicidal ideation, and reduce dispositional anxiety.
Program/Practice
2012
IMPACT is an approach for treating depression in older adults in primary care settings in which caregivers and the patient collaboratively develop and monitor an individualized care plan.
Program/Practice
2012
This brief in-person or online educational program is designed to teach diverse audiences to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide.
Program/Practice
2012
This online role-playing simulation trains military families to recognize signs of postdeployment stress and respond helpfully.
Program/Practice
2012
This 1-hour, online, interactive gatekeeper training program teaches high school educators to recognize and respond to signs of psychological distress in students.
Program/Practice
2012
This online role-playing simulation trains college students to recognize when peers show signs of psychological distress and respond helpfully.
Program/Practice
2012
This high school curriculum is designed to increase knowledge of depression and suicide and related resources and to improve intentions to engage in help-seeking behaviors.
Program/Practice
2012
This comprehensive prevention and intervention program was developed to address high rates of suicide among adolescents and young adults in a small rural American Indian tribe.