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suicide prevention

Suicide Prevention

Suicide impacts those you serve, their families/friends and the community

The annual cost of suicide and suicide attempts in the U.S. alone is $93.5 billion

As a provider, you can have a significant impact on reducing suicide and suicide attempts. Through a planned, data-driven strategy and using best practices, your approach can improve the lives of those you serve and the community at large. Reduce the monetary, and emotional, cost of suicide.


Prevention Focus

Reducing hospitalizations and attempts.



Identifying those at risk for suicide before an attempt.

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Training and Supervision

Human services workers need support and training.

Suicide Prevention Tools and Resources

Development and training tools that improve suicide intervention

Stories of Hope: Kevin Hines

Kevin is one of a few survivors of a Golden Gate bridge jump and he has become a spokesperson for suicide prevention and awareness.  Listen to his remarkable and inspirational story of hope and survival. And his call to action for improved awareness, education and prevention efforts.

The work done by human services professionals is life-changing and important. Help your staff remember why they do this difficult and rewarding work.

Hear Kevin's story

Suicide Prevention is Everyone's Responsibility

Appropriately dealing with the people you serve who are struggling with suicidal ideation starts with screening and risk assessment. All employees and volunteers at your organization need to know warning signs, have the skills to ask questions and screen for suicide, and know when to get help

Learn how Relias can provide your managers and staff with the tools they need to confidently assess for suicide.

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Suicide Screening for Direct Care

Does every staff member are your organization feel confident in identifying potential suicide risk and discussing it with those you serve?

Every person working in a human services organization needs the knowledge and skills to identify the warning signs of suicidality and be comfortable asking, even when it’s not obvious.

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Saving Lives: Lessons From Research About Safety and Suicide Prevention

Suicide prevention is about more than screening and treatment, it’s about post-crisis follow-up, collaboration and using research to inform best practices. Hear experts from SAMHSA and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline discuss research about suicide prevention and the impact on outcomes. They will share their expertise and experience to help you implement strategies to save lives.

Watch the webinar