This Community-Led Suicide Prevention resource hub lists best practice tools that help groups take action on community suicide prevention.
Getting Started Guide: Community-Led Suicide Prevention is a step-by-step guide for community members on how to start working with Community-Led Suicide Prevention’s seven elements and successfully launch your local suicide prevention efforts.
This worksheet and example will help you bring together your planning across the seven elements of Community-Led Suicide Prevention. It will also help you link your community’s suicide prevention plans with the evidence-informed approaches in CDC’s Suicide Prevention Resource for Action.
This guide provides clear steps for postvention in workplaces, giving leadership a sense of how to: provide an immediate response to a suicide death; follow a short-term recovery plan; and develop long-term strategies for helping employees cope.
This guide provides guidance for colleges and universities for responding to a suicide on campus. It contains advice on managing communication, clinical response, coordination among stakeholders, and the process of moving the campus back to normal functioning.
This paper develops a working concept of trauma and a trauma-informed approach that can be acceptable and appropriate across many service systems and stakeholder groups. The goal is to build a framework that helps organizations to communicate, better understand the connections between trauma and behavioral health issues, and become trauma informed.
This CDC resource details the strategies with the best available evidence to reduce suicide. It can help states and communities prioritize suicide prevention activities most likely to have an impact.