The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is pleased to announce the release of Prevention in Practice: Care Transitions at New Hampshire Hospital. This success story details how the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire (NAMI NH) and New Hampshire Hospital established a program to help youth inpatients safely transition between the hospital, other health care settings, and their community. Read how they got the program off the ground, sustained it long-term, and leveraged key partnerships for success.
Research has shown that a patient’s suicide risk increases immediately after discharge from an inpatient hospitalization—providing follow-up support to the patient at this time can help reduce risk. Learn how supporting safe care transitions is a key part of a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention.
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- Twitter: Check out SPRC's latest success story on a #caretransitions program for youth inpatients established by @NAMI_NH and #NewHampshire Hospital: https://go.edc.org/
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- Newsletter blurb: SPRC has released Prevention in Practice: Care Transitions at New Hampshire Hospital. This story details how the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire and New Hampshire Hospital established a care transitions program for youth inpatients. Read how they started and sustained the program, and leveraged key partnerships for success.
To read other success stories, visit our website, and look for more in the coming months!