Many public health professionals are called on to develop or expand a suicide prevention program at the state or local level. They want their program to have maximum impact, even with minimal resources. A Strategic Planning Approach to Suicide Prevention can help identify activities that will be effective in addressing the problem of suicide in a community and can prioritize efforts among the various possibilities. This new online, self-paced course from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) uses three fictional task forces to illustrate the approach “in action.”
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- Priority Target Areas
- Priority Risk and Protective Factors