Stay up to date on evidence-based approaches to suicide prevention with the following sources.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center 

You can find information about suicide prevention at their website and also sign up for the weekly eNewsletter at www.sprc.org. They offer regular webinars on important topics. Visit the Training & Events page and filter by "General Webinars".

Injury Control Research Center

The ICRS for Suicide Prevention (ICRC-S) is designed to bring you the latest news and research in the field of suicide prevention. You can find them at http://suicideprevention-icrc-s.org/. Find archived webinars here.

The Jed Foundation (JED)

JED works with partners to provide informative webinar sessions for campus professionals on current issues in college mental health. Learn more and find archived webinars here.

American Association of Suicidology (AAS)

 AAS promotes the understanding and prevention of suicide and supports those who have been affected by it. Find out about upcoming webinars and link to previously recorded webinars here.

Zero Suicide Topic Calls

 MHA offers quarterly Zero Suicide Topic Calls. These focus on topics of specific interest to organizations that have participated in our various Zero Suicide trainings. However, anyone may participate in these calls. Subscribe to the PSW eNews in order to learn about upcoming calls.

 

Archived PSW Teleconferences/Webinars


2016 PSW teleconference series: The Elements of Zero Suicide.

Each teleconference will introduce you to one of the elements of the Zero Suicide model and provide a concrete strategy that you can begin to implement in your organization or community.

• March 15: The First Step: Evidence-Based Suicide Screening Across Medical & Mental Health Facilities

• May 17: Safety Planning

• September 20: Collaborative Assessment & Management of Suicide

• November 15: The Elements of Zero Suicide; Training the Workforce; 2016 Coalition Survey Findings

May 16: First Responders

Care for the Caretakers: Responding to the elevated risk of suicide among first responders ,, Presented by Mary VanHaute

March 21: Middle Aged Men

Presenters:

  • Laurie Rosenblum, MPH - SPRC Researcher/Writer. Laurie will talk about Preventing Suicide among Men in the Middle Years: Recommendations for Suicide Prevention Programs, a report for which she directed research.
  • Barb Bigalke - Executive Director, Center for Suicide Awareness (Hopeline). Barb will talk about her outreach to taverns to reach this population.

Current State Statistics (Scroll to bottom of page. Open Excel spreadsheet.)

Preventing Suicide among Men in the Middle Years: Recommendations for Suicide Prevention Programs (SPRC) (Report)

Preventing Suicide among Men in the Middle Years: Recommendations for State and Community Suicide Prevention Programs (SPRC)  (PDF)


January 17: LGBTQ

What Can Wisconsin Communities Do to Support the Health of LGBTQ Youth?

LGBTQ Audience Specific Resources