Published: December 2016
This fact sheet, developed for tribal audiences and the agencies that work with them, reviews suicide prevention in Indian Country and how the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention can apply to tribal communities.
Published: March 2016
This brief highlights issues specific to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander males. It provides clinicians with data on the prevalence of depression, suicide, and substance use disorders within these populations.
Published: January 2013
This wallet card lists signs for suicide risk. It urges those showing any of the signs to contact a mental health professional or to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Published: September 2012
This fact sheet offers strategies for suicide prevention. It provides facts about suicide, including its prevalence and at-risk populations. This resource also lists warning signs of suicidal behavior, and describes how to help someone who is at risk for suicide.
Published: May 2011
This fact sheet provides recommendations for media coverage of suicide that can help change negative public perceptions. It lists warning signs, offers tips to avoid misinformation, and offers ideas to encourage hope.
Published: January 2010
Esta tarjeta para la cartera lista las senales de alerta del suicidio e incita a los que exhiben cualquiera de estas senales a comunicarse con un profesional de salud mental o a llamar a la linea directa de prevencion del suicidio. Aparece el numero telefónico de la línea de la Red nacional de prevención del suicidio.
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