Zero Suicide is a set of evidence-based principles and practices for preventing suicide within health and mental health systems. The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths for individuals under care are preventable. Zero Suicide requires a system-wide approach to improve outcomes and close gaps.
ABOUT THE TRAINING This training is supported by Facing Suicide VT, a statewide prevention initiative coordinated by the Vermont Departments of Health and Mental Health and the Center for Health and Learning through funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Comprehensive Suicide Prevention Program. ABOUT THE TRAINER Tara Miller (she/her), MA, CPS, NCPS, […]
ABOUT THIS TRAINING "Alternatives to Suicide" is a harm reduction approach to suicide that was first articulated in Western Massachusetts in 2008 and has now spread throughout the globe. This overview will provide attendees with the history and philosophy behind this trauma-informed model. This approach has been developed by individuals with personal experience navigating thoughts […]