Suicide prevention efforts can have greater power when they move beyond a single organization to reach a whole community. Visit the States section of our website to find out what’s going on in your state and consider ways to join with partners to have a greater impact.
Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention grantees are funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support suicide prevention work in campus, state, and tribal communities. The Grantees section has information and contacts for each grantee.
National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (NSSP) grantees are funded by the SAMHSA to support states in implementing the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention on preventing suicide and suicide attempts among working-age adults 25-64 years old.
Zero Suicide grantees are funded by the SAMHSA to support states, Indian tribes and tribal organizations, and health and behavioral health care organizations implementing comprehensive, multi-setting suicide prevention using the Zero Suicide model.
National Organizations and Federal Agencies
Many national organizations and federal agencies are involved in suicide prevention. They are valuable sources of information, and some offer funding opportunities, training, technical assistance, and resources. See this section of our website for a list and descriptions.
National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
SPRC provides administrative, logistical, and staffing support to the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance), the public-private partnership dedicated to advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. Visit the Action Alliance section of our website for more.