This webpage defines “suicide centered lived experience” and describes the importance of involving people with lived experience in suicide prevention efforts. It also lists key considerations for engaging people with lived experience in prevention efforts.
This guide provides guidelines and worksheets to help agencies and organizations plan how to continue suicide prevention efforts for the long term, especially following grant funding. The guide helps users develop action steps for each of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center’s five sustainability recommendations.
This webpage provides numerous informational resources and tools for nonprofits on budgeting. The information includes topics such as restricted funds, true program costs, and budget guidance. Tools include tutorials, templates, and more.
This paper provides a foundation for implementing community-based suicide prevention efforts, emphasizing the need for comprehensive efforts that combine multiple strategies working together. It describes seven key elements that guide suicide prevention planning and implementation.
This model for strategic, comprehensive suicide prevention ties together strategic plannning, evidence-based strategies, and essential principles for success (e.g., involving people with lived experience, safe and effective messaging). Related resources include suicide prevention guidance for diverse community populations and settings.
This resource contains 16 toolkits on topics that help build healthier communities and bring about social change. Each toolkit has an outline of key tasks, examples, and links to more detailed instructional sections. Topics covered include coalition and leadership building; asessing needs and analyzing problems; developing, implementing, and evaluating action plans; enahncing cultural comptence; applying for funding; and sustaining the work.