Suicide Prevention Templates

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on suicide prevention, a critical resource for anyone seeking information and support in this sensitive area. Our collection of materials provides valuable insights, strategies, and resources to help individuals, communities, and organizations promote mental health and prevent suicide.

Our suicide prevention resources cover a wide range of topics, including risk factors and warning signs, protective factors, crisis intervention, supportive measures, and evidence-based treatment approaches. Whether you are a concerned individual, a mental health professional, or part of an organization looking to implement effective suicide prevention measures, our documents are designed to provide the most up-to-date information and guidance.

Within our suicide prevention collection, you will find a variety of helpful materials. Our Suicide Safety Plan Template offers a practical tool for individuals to create a personalized plan to manage their mental health and stay safe during times of crisis. Additionally, the DA Form 7595-6-1 Implement Suicide Prevention Measures is an invaluable resource for military personnel and their commanders, outlining specific steps and measures to prevent suicides within the armed forces.

For those interested in reporting and documenting suspected suicide events, our USAREC Form 600-63.1 Commander's Suspected Suicide Event Report provides a structured framework for reporting incidents and facilitating appropriate follow-up actions. Furthermore, organizations and professionals in Texas can utilize the High Risk Counseling Referral Form, designed to streamline the referral process and ensure individuals at risk receive the support they need.

Lastly, our collection includes the Form SPI/CERT4020S Suicide Prevention Training Verification, tailored to the state of Washington. This form is a vital resource for documenting suicide prevention training and ensuring compliance with local regulations and requirements.

Our suicide prevention resources empower individuals and communities to take proactive steps in promoting mental health and preventing suicides. With a wealth of practical tools, actionable guidance, and evidence-based strategies, we aim to equip you with the knowledge and resources necessary to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those at risk.

Please note that the titles mentioned above are just a glimpse of our extensive collection of suicide prevention documents. Our comprehensive resources are continuously updated and expanded to reflect the latest research and best practices in suicide prevention.




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This document provides a template for creating a safety plan to help individuals at risk of suicide. It helps create a structure for identifying triggers, coping strategies, and resources for support.

This document is used for assessing the risk of suicide in individuals. It helps professionals evaluate various factors that may contribute to suicidal ideation, such as mental health history, current stressors, and support systems.

This document provides a template for creating a safety plan to help individuals who have attempted suicide or are at risk of doing so.

This document is used to implement suicide prevention measures within the military.

This Form is used for commanders to report suspected suicide events to the US Army Recruiting Command.

This form is used for assessing the risk of suicide in individuals in the state of Florida. It helps to identify and evaluate the level of danger for potential self-harm or suicide.

This document provides a quick overview of key facts and statistics related to suicide in the United States. Learn about the prevalence, risk factors, and prevention efforts surrounding this important public health issue.

This form is used for applying for a suicide prevention program in Nunavut, Canada.

This form is used for ensuring that mental health and suicide prevention training has been successfully completed in Mississippi.

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