Resources for Suicide Loss Survivors

This fact sheet describes the impact of a suicide death, suicidal grief, barriers to seeking help from friends and family, and special considerations for grieving children.

Financing suicide prevention in health care systems

This set of tools provides guidance on optimizing workflows and billing practices to finance the delivery of suicide prevention services aligned with the Zero Suicide framework. It is designed to help health and behavioral health care organizations use and maximize reimbursement mechanisms for delivering suicide care.

Suicide among Women Veterans: Risk Factors Associated with Mental Health and Emotional Well-Being

Women veterans are almost twice as likely as non-veteran women to die by suicide. This issue brief focuses on the link between psychopathology and suicide risk among women veterans – a link that is stronger than among male veterans. It highlights suicide risk related to mental health conditions, substance use disorders, intimate partner violence, and problems with emotion regulation and distress tolerance. The brief provides recommendations for identifying and assisting women veterans at risk for suicide for clinicians and providers.