Health care includes a variety of settings, including primary care practices, hospitals, emergency departments, behavioral health care, and substance abuse treatment facilities. All of these settings can play an important role in suicide prevention by identifying suicide risk and providing effective care. As physical health problems can also increase suicide risk, providing care for illnesses, substance use disorders, and chronic health problems may also help protect individuals from suicide.
Health care includes a variety of settings that can play an important role in suicide prevention.
- To learn more about safe and effective care for suicide risk, visit the Zero Suicide website.
- See All Resources Related to Health Care (below) for a full list of materials, programs, trainings, and other information available from SPRC. Use the filters on the left to narrow your results.
- For more on other settings and groups, see our Settings and Populations pages.
All Resources Related to Health Care
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